I know this is a long shot and I will probably never find this car but it's worth a shot. I'm trying to locate my father in laws 1969 Super Bee. The car was stolen twice. It was recovered after the first time then never found after the second theft.The VIN is WM23 H9A 250273 Serial# 2144My wife would love to reunite the car with her father. Any information would be helpful.
somewhere some how...your car has been removed from the stolen list... i did a vin check and this is what came back..WM23H9A250273 has not been identified as a vehicle listed in the VINCheckSM Theft Records.VINCheckSM is updated regularly as additional information is reported.the guy i sold my 71 RS camaro to lost it to an unscruplus OPG tow yard here in los angeles.. they put it in by license number but had it one digit off.. they denied having it.. about a month later a auto theft officer stopped by and ask him to come down and identify a car like his at the junk yard.. that was it.. one digit off.. and an incorrect vin number on the impound papers also.. they told him to go and get it released.. and he could pick it up the next day... he did so.. went back.. they had just auctioned the car off.. they said .. its been here for 30 days.. i did not hear about it for months afterword so there was little i could do about it.. i saw his 73 chevy van that had actually been stolen. being driven .. i looked at the driver and he realized i knew the custom van.. he sped away .. i tried to give the license plate number to the lapd.. but without the original theft report they would do nothing.. there are over 200,000 cars a year stolen in californa as i recall. only a 37% recovery rate.. where do the rest go.. retagged.. swapped vins.. out of the country.. cleared off the hot sheet somehow.. ground up for scrap .. chopped up for parts.. i used to find partial cars just dumped in alleys.. there are a bunch of car thieves here.. who steal cars.. strip off a bunch of parts.. but are always sure to put the license plates back on.. and leave it near the OPG Towing yard.. so the cars will get to the auction by license number.. they buy them for cheep.. put the parts back on and they have a legal car to drive or sell. my only hope is that they fix it up nice.. then somebody steals it from them.. a friend told me that on a trip thru county jail here. a 19 year old was bragging about how this exotic car he car jacked... but the cops got him.. he kept asking how many years for car jacking.. my friend told him.. 25 to life.. that guy started crying.. its just shy of the kidnapping charge.. most get pled down to much lessor times.. but there are still a few.. best of luck finding your car..if you still have the theft report.. or know where the theft was reported to.. stop in and see an auto theft officer. or stop in at your state police ..
I appreciate the information. The car was stolen in the 70's so i'm not expecting it to still be in the stolen car data base. I will keep hunting for it.