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Old 06-14-2019, 02:18 AM
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Default Classic cars STOLEN in Connecticut

1969 Camaro VIN 123379L525269

1966 Mustang VIN 6R07T234185



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Old 06-14-2019, 12:48 PM
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What a shame. What kind of an idiot would leave the cars at a house he visits a couple of times a year with zero security.



This 1969 Chevy Camaro was stolen from the old Palmer Farm in Voluntown over the winter. The Camaro’s VIN is 123379L525269. The ‘69 Camaro originally sold for $2,727. Today, its high retail value is
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State Police from Troop E in Montville are seeking the public's help in finding two classic American muscle cars that were stolen from the old Palmer Farm in Voluntown over the winter.

The vintage farmhouse and the expansive property is now for sale, according to real estate listings. But it was home to a 1966 green Ford Mustang and a 1969 orange Chevy Camaro, both of which disappeared sometime between November and March, state police said.

The Mustang's VIN is 6R07T234185and the Camaro's VIN is 123379L525269.

According to J.D. Power, the original price of the ‘66 Mustang was $2,522. It says the high retail value of the car, is now $35,800.

The ‘69 Camaro originally sold for $2,727. Today, its high retail value is $43,200, according to J.D. Power.

The owner of the cars owns the farm, but lives at a different location, state police said. “The property has a big barn where he stored a number of antique vehicles,” said Trooper Joshua Bowyer who is investigating the theft. “He is a car collector and makes most of his cars from scratch.”

He goes to the property a few times a year, but doesn't have security cameras, Bowyer said.

The barn was locked and only a few people knew that it contained the cars which were in very good condition, Bowyer said.

He's owned the Camero since 2002 and the Mustang since 2010.

Anyone with information on the theft or the cars is asked to call Trooper Josh Bowyer at Troop E at (860) 848-6500.
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