How to steal a car circa 1968

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    How to steal a car circa 1968

    I spotted this one via Hemming blogs http://blog.hemmings.com/index.php/2...ar-circa-1968/
    about a vintage educationnal movie titled "Examination of stolen cars"

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    Re: How to steal a car circa 1968

    Was that "the Flintstones" tire-skidding noise?

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    A 283/Powerglide Impala running from a 383 or 426/Torqueflite Fury? Fake, fake!!

    Interesting. Funny they didn't use gloves. Wonder when that became SOP?

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    Re: How to steal a car circa 1968

    Quote Originally Posted by Neanderthal View Post
    A 283/Powerglide Impala running from a 383 or 426/Torqueflite Fury? Fake, fake!!

    Interesting. Funny they didn't use gloves. Wonder when that became SOP?
    "Hey! These prints match this particular police officer! It all makes sense now... arrest him!"

    In Montreal, the police would have just rammed that Bongo-van like in Mad Max.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Smaart Aas Saabr View Post
    "Hey! These prints match this particular police officer! It all makes sense now... arrest him!"

    In Montreal, the police would have just rammed that Bongo-van like in Mad Max.
    Haha. Yeah, nice crime scene contamination practices...

    The van DESERVED to be rammed.

    I like those si-reens on the fenders. Must cut top end by 10 MPH or more.

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    Re: How to steal a car circa 1968

    Quote Originally Posted by Neanderthal View Post
    A 283/Powerglide Impala running from a 383 or 426/Torqueflite Fury? Fake, fake!!
    I do believe that was a Galaxy 500. Probably a 390 and a C6. I had a 66 LTD years ago and they were similiar.
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    Re: How to steal a car circa 1968

    That VIN plate wouldn't fool anyone looking at it.

    EDIT : the homemade VIN plate at 5:14 is QUITE different than the factory plate at 10:10
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    Re: How to steal a car circa 1968

    That's cool

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