Sizzling Rod Journal’s Energy Tour is at the moment happening, celebrating the 25th anniversary of the occasion, and this morning now we have some quite crap information to share with you from the highway journey. Appears that automobile thieves are like vultures, and have been ready for the touring roadshow to come back by city in order that they will harvest at will. Sadly, two automobiles are gone and we’d like your assist in making an attempt to find them. Each have been stolen from the Courtyard by Marriott lodge and each are LS-swapped G-bodies.
The primary automobile is Garret Alexander Reed’s 1984 Monte Carlo SS. Garrett is among the nicest, most laid again dudes we all know and he’s been busting his ass to get this automobile prepared for Energy Tour. Ever since I’ve identified him, this automobile has consumed him and he solely simply acquired it carried out earlier this 12 months. We’re speaking full strip-down, repaint, all the things…it is a very in-depth construct that I hoped to shoot as a function form of automobile. Simply yesterday he was showcasing his detachable steering wheel system that he joked can be an superior theft deterrent. The Monte has an LSX376 crate motor with a Whipple blower, full Detroit Pace suspension, a Currie rear axle, Corbeau seats and a Holley 12.three dashboard put in.
We’re working to get extra particulars on the 1983 Malibu wagon that was taken from the identical lot as effectively, however that is the automobile. If you happen to’re out on Energy Tour, watch your stuff intently and in case you see or hear of something that may very well be associated to both automobile’s vanishing, name it in.
Appears just like the thieves have been busy final evening. Add two extra automobiles to the combination. You probably have particulars on the Malibu, Caprice or C/Ok and wish to share it, attain out to me at email@example.com and we’ll put up it up.
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