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Aug 20, 2012 5:07AM
i've seen this article about 20 times over the past 5 years on here. same exact cars, same exact pictures... there's a lot going on in the world and yet msn can't write about anything new?
Aug 20, 2012 5:46AM
So true i had a 1994 acura integra gsr and a 1994 honda accord almost got stolen twice. now i have a kia no one wants it.
Aug 20, 2012 5:36AM
For some reason, all of a sudden, I want to find a slut to date online...
Aug 20, 2012 4:37AM
1991 camry and 1994 accord, where can you find those cars ? this article was wriiten at least 12 years ago.
Aug 21, 2012 6:53PM
Value has little if anything to do with the choices car thieves make. These are the most stolen for a single reason-they are very easy to break into, very easy to start and very easy to steal. Most can be stolen with a large screw driver.
Aug 25, 2012 5:49AM
I'm thinkin' that if I'm risking prison to steal a vehicle, then I'm gonna do some research on the security system and steal a high end car, not some piece of crap!!!! File and replace the vin, apply for a lost title and re-register it as my own. I'm no thief but these chopshops get busted on a regular basis, the risk/reward can't be very good!!!!! OH and make sure I steal it from some scumbag drug dealer/thief so they know how the rest of us feel when we come outta the mall or whatever and our car/truck is gone!!!!!!
Aug 20, 2012 9:16AM
....or that most of these cars are very low end low resale value and therefore end up in da hood just ready to be stolen....
Sep 15, 2012 12:34PM
Well, well, well; here comes the same old blob about stolen cars & trucks, I believe this is the third month in a row or 3 in the last 6 month. Why doesn't msn ever try to publish some new material, or is it that people have caught on to their schemes and given up on giving them new sublects to blurb about.
Aug 20, 2012 7:21AM
What the article isn't telling you is that all these 'target cars' have no security systems of any account. Ask yourself what thief would pass up stealing a Vette or Beamer to grab onto a 1994 piece of metal garbage.
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