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I thought I was in your boots when I dropped off my car at a place one.  I wasn't patient at all, if I went over and the car wasn't there, I was driving across the street to file it as stolen.  He is likely stalling to help whoever took the car.  Call the cops ASAP, 

 

 

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I’m still not following the time line, exactly when did you drop the car off and exactly when did you See it last?  This would help in trying to track it down. 

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15 hours ago, tomphot said:

I’m still not following the time line, exactly when did you drop the car off and exactly when did you See it last?  This would help in trying to track it down. 


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I’m sorry for my utter lack of empathy, but the more you discuss the car, the fuzzier the story grows!


Are we talking 2 years or 10 years? I’m still not grasping why you haven’t filed a police report and an insurance claim. Your reliance on some stranger as a “witness” seems of little or no value as evidence of ownership. Do you own the car, and can you prove it with documentation? Did you entrust it to someone, with an expectation of getting it back? If so, could that person claim ownership rights through a mechanics lien? Stated differently, did you owe money with respect to the car to the person who was storing or working on the car?

 

My advice? Either report it to the police or simply walk away. A statute of limitations determines whether someone can be prosecuted for a crime, it does not deny the existence of a crime or deny a rightful owner recovery of his property.

 

Regards,

 

Steve

 

 

 

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Well....At the end of the day. If you do still legitimately own the car ie: have the title in your name (in your physical possession even better) , vehicle registered in your name, then you still DO own this car......Absolutely call police and report the car stolen.... Because the car IS still yours......But, don't stop there go to your local DMV and launch an investigation with their fraud investigative branch...Simply if the car is registered by it's assigned Vehicle Identification Number (V.I.N.) DMV can find it anywhere in the United States......

 

Now admittedly I did not follow this entire story because it induced my ADHD which I did not know I had.....But, if the experience you shared is legit, then by all means do the above....

 

Good luck

 

ira

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