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Stolen Jzx100 Chaser White


driftnick13
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my brothers car was stolen around 3:30am from Richmond area, number plate S982AKT, SA rego'ed car

its white, no spoiler (has white tape over the holes), blue head lights, black roof spoiler/lip, black 18" AVS model 5's (copies),has a full factory aero kit (just like the little lips), exhaust is pretty loud, muffler is sitting on the rear bar (cannon) also it has silencer in the muffler, blitz front mount but its pretty hard to see, inside of the car has carbon bits to replace most of the plastic stuff, brand new pod filter, boost gauge in the glovebox

rear tail lights are same at these http://sphotos.ak.fb...1_5987985_n.jpg (note that is not the car, just to show the tail lights)

call Theo on 0411160974, PM or the police if you see it, thanks

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Ouch, that is got to hurt man. Such a nice looking chaser too. Hopefully for your brother's sake I hope that the car was insured and had an alarm/immobilizer. How can he get in a chase with the cops and then have the time to burn the car??

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Ouch, that is got to hurt man. Such a nice looking chaser too. Hopefully for your brother's sake I hope that the car was insured and had an alarm/immobilizer. How can he get in a chase with the cops and then have the time to burn the car??

the cops chased the car for 5 mins then called it off, not sure how long after that it was burnt

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he said on ns.com that it was not insured..

now that has definitely got to hurt badly. Its a simple thing that might cost your $150 per month yet some people still don't get it insured. Not trying to rub salt into wounds here but given the latest trend in Jap Imports being targeted, people who own imports should take extra caution and get an alarm (if you don't have one already) and secondly get it insured. In this case if found burnt well you get something back if insured.

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poor theo~.....nice MT chaser..... i know u brother...just saw his jzx100 1 months ago on where he works....

that was coincidence both of our cars stolen around the same or close area my M35 stolen in mile end...u brother's jzx100 stolen in richmond not far and the timing close to .....mate.....

those fkers should walk around in these area...

u know those people show no respect for other's be loved or dream cars break in/ stolen/ set on fire

their brain are same size as they buthole~~~

insure the car next time~ wish cops find them....

from Richard

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Catbig .. don't forget my 34 stolen down the road at fulham and then torched at mile end. Only a week and a bit ago..

those western suburbs seem to be targeted the most so keep your cars safe guys .. even if you're visiting a mate there for an as little as an hour.

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It def seems to be happening in the western suburbs alot lately and 9 times out of 10 it's our indigenous friends that are responsible.

I don't understand for the life of me why Sapol won't set up a bait car (import) in these areas like they do regularly in the US with consistently great result :blink:

EDIT: Whether or not it's legal or condoned by the law makers of this country, it's only a matter of time before the public sets up a bait import with a van full of baseball bat carriers nearby :domokun:

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We should just get someone to wire a rolling shell so that when the ignition is switched all the doors dead lock :) I'm sure we can all pitch in and pay for a truck to tow it to our location of choice.. then we just play the waiting game :)

Same concept of catching a mouse with that sticky glue stuff :P

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It def seems to be happening in the western suburbs alot lately and 9 times out of 10 it's our indigenous friends that are responsible.

I don't understand for the life of me why Sapol won't set up a bait car (import) in these areas like they do regularly in the US with consistently great result :blink:

EDIT: Whether or not it's legal or condoned by the law makers of this country, it's only a matter of time before the public sets up a bait import with a van full of baseball bat carriers nearby :domokun:

Saw the car half burnt on a truck today on Hanson Rd..

Bait by sapol? do they care enough?

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Sapol used to have BAIT VL calais that lurked around the bay back in the day

It was pretty obvious tho, they left the keys in the drivers door with a very bright key tag on it.

Rolled past it in my dodge on multiple occassions and set the alarm off on purpose, not 10 sec later Sapol would be coming round the corner.

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  • 3 months later...

They had a white vs down the bay( pretty new then..think 98 -99 ) with pioneer headunit, stack of CDs on seats and laptop .. Windows down keys left in it.. Was in magic mt car park all the time and random side streets! Stuck out like Døgs balls lol

Reckon the idea is great but went out the window :domokun:

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