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Not exactly something pleasent to find waiting for you in the morning is it?

Damn junkies, smashed the glass, broke my b pillar panel and made a big mess of all my stuff. So far the only thing I've found missing is a pair of mechanix gloves. But he left me a leatherman and a vice grip! I even had a tool box in there with a hydrolic jack, steering wheel puller, valve spring compressor etc and he didn't take any of it. He did however use my wd40 to oil the chain on the bike he stole, and he didn't put the cap back on, bastard!
 

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and he didn't put the cap back on, bastard!
Well that does it, its one thing to break into a car but to not even put the cap back on a WD40 :explode:

hey man sorry to hear what happened, that must really suck :(
 

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Living near Toronto and visiting it all the time, traveling through Europe and going to New York every year, Vancouver is the only place anyone has ever tried robbing me. I said tried.

Some idiots tried mugging me when I walked into the wrong part of town by mistake. I punched one of them out with one punch and the other ran.

I can't beleive a city in Canada can be that bad, but I guess the nice climate and easy access to hard drugs does this.
 

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:( sorry to hear about that bud, hope you can bring it back to original shape.
 

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I hope that you can fix this easily, and that they find the jerks who did this!
 

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Van is bad for break ins, but muggings are fairly rare here. Most of our crime is just junkies looking for a fix. I used to work in that bad part of town. Never had a problem myself but it certainly wasen't my favourite place to be

The car is all back together. Thanks to Dean (slip) and his parts stash I replaced the glass that day.
 

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Sorry to hear about the mess. Stories like this tho tend to put everyone on guard. My next door neighbor's 87 Buick T-type was stolen from her driveway in back of her house last week. I figure somebody followed her home and knew it was back there and planned to come back to steal it after dark. There were plenty of cars in the street that would've made easier targets if it were just junkies looking for a fix or delinquents out for a joy ride. But you can imagine I've been on edge ever since thinking there are collector car thieves about. Everyone should be careful no matter where you are.

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MAn that sucks. That also gets me pissed off and its also one of my biggest fears. What i have to put up with is stupid ass fucks here at CSUN that open their car doors like retards. :mad:
 

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sorry to hear about it, kinda pisses a guy off when shit like this happens, but at least they didnt really get any good stuff, except probably a good few hoots off the wd40.

maybe it energized them enough to go home and keel over
 

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Damn dude, it's a shame. I thought I was the only one with bad luck for a while...not that I was wishing it upon anyone in the MKII community. Hope you get it back to the "pre-incident" condition soon.

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Anytime a Supra is broken into or violated in anyway it's a dark day.
 

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Its ok guys. I came out of this pretty decent actually, could have been alot worse. The damage is repaired already, and it didn't cost me much, and the really valuable stuff in the car wasen't taken. I've lived here for 6 years, never been broken into once and break ins aren't that uncommon here. Well 2 weeks before I move it finally happens of course :lol:
 
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