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FOUND!! - STOLEN - Truck & Trailer April 11, 2009


April 11, 2009 


Stolen from the secured yard of Spectre Performance in Ontario, California at approximately 2:30AM Saturday April 11, 2009.
2002 Freightliner FL70 Toterhome with 38’ 5th Wheel Trailer One of the items in the trailer was a custom built 1970 El Camino

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 2002 Freightliner FL70 Toterhome with 38’ 5th Wheel Trailer
           License Number: 2QPN682/ Trailer License Number: 4DG4349
           Color: Black with Speed by Spectre Logo on side of trailer in silver.  Silver Spectre logo on Tailgate and on front of windshield.  (both truck and trailer were originally white before being wrapped).
One of the items in the trailer was a custom built 1970 El Camino, recognizable by the following attributes:
           Custom Show Car (Built by SoCal Speed Shop for the TLC show “Hard Shine”
Vehicle has been seen/used last year at many of the Goodguys and NSRA events as well as Hot Rod Power Tour and Hot August Nights
           License Number: 93 873 F  (black/yellow lettering California Lic Plate)            
Color: Black
           Fabricated Raw Aluminum Lip, Spoiler, Bed Cover, dash and inner door panels
           Spectre Logo on Windshield, aluminum lip and inside vehicle
           Unique Engine Setback with late model LS7 motor
           Complete roll cage that exits out the back window into the bed area
           19” Aluminum Wheels with Baer brakes
           Inner headlights replaced with air intake inlets


If you should happen to see or hear of either of these vehicles, please contact the Ontario, California Police Department or Spectre Performance directly at the following numbers:

Spectre Performance – 1-800-821-4868
Mike Morrow x329 / Cell 949-338-1612
Amir Rosenbaum / Cell 408-858-2228
Patricia Eames x334

Ontario Police Department – 909-986-6711
Reference file # 090400687

Knowing that the chances of finding either vehicle intact are slim, we also realize that many of the people who take part in this type of activity are not necessarily the smartest individuals. If you have a way to spread the word or just keep an eye open for something like this, we’d appreciate it.

As always, thank you for all your help.