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Rare and expensive vehicles and the stories behind their discovery.



Aug 2, 2011 7:09PM
It's no coincidence that the most stolen vehicles are often the best selling vehicles.  Because of their numbers, they are more common, easier to find and they tend to blend in easily in a crowd of traffic. 
Aug 4, 2011 8:09AM
i own 2 of the the top ten most stolen cars!!! hahaha and they r both pieces of s#%$!!!  someone steal em please !!!!!!!! 
Aug 4, 2011 8:39AM
I work in the automotive business and it is amusing to look at these vehicles and listen to the so-called experts give their reasons why these vehicles are stolen. There is really only one reason and they fail to mention it. These vehicles are the "easiest" to steal. Crooks are usually stupid people and I repair these steering columns when the vehicles are brought in. Believe me if the crooks could steal what they really wanted it would be Mercedes, BMW, Corvettes etc....but these vehicles are virtually impossible to steal without the keys or a tow truck due to their quality engineered theft systems....seriously​ who in their right mind would steal an old Honda or Ford Taurus?
Aug 4, 2011 2:44PM
You need to do your research regarding the Honda Civic as you posted a photograph of the 6th generation Civic which started in 1996 which this is a picture of. The 1995 Civic was the last year of the 5th generation and looks different. Oh and you 11 can F.O.& D. ;)
Aug 4, 2011 11:51AM
All 3 of my daughters' cars are on this list (make, models and years) and I thought I was buying cars no one would mess with.
Aug 4, 2011 7:03PM
Sep 3, 2011 10:10PM

How many time are we going to see this same damn article showing the wrong picture of a 1995 Civic? I swear this is at least the 3rd time I've seen it.

Aug 31, 2011 4:27AM
Many of you miss the point that these vehicles are mainly stolen to chop up for parts.  The Hondas and trucks in particular are popular vehicles, meaning that people keep them longer and repair them instead of trading or junking them when they are crashed or suffer a breakdown.  The fact that people repair them creates a big market for used parts.  Google "Honda parts" and see how many websites come up.  Do the same on Craigslist or eBay and you'll get my point.
ridiculous article probably was news 10 yrs ago, look at the age of this old iron, most of it is blowing blue smoke or in the scrap yard now.
Aug 4, 2011 12:47PM
that is not a 95 civic, that's a 96.

look at the thumbs down on this one.  the 95 was an eg body design and the 96 was an ek body design.  and this is clearly an ek because i actually bought a brand new ek design in 2000.
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