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Stolen Pulp Fiction Car Recovered 17 Years Later!

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The red 1965 Chevy convertible that JOHN TRAVOLTA drives in “Pulp
Fiction” was stolen from director QUENTIN TARANTINO 17 years ago. And last week, cops finally found it.  Police arrested a suspected auto thief on Tuesday in an unrelated case. But somehow, during their investigation of this guy, they came across the Chevy somewhere in the Oakland area.  The Vehicle Identification Number had been changed, but it was definitely the car.  It’s not clear if cops know who stole the Chevy, but nobody’s getting charged over it, because the statute of limitations on auto theft ran out years ago. But Quentin still gets the car back.  That statute of limitations junk is B.S.!

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