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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 09-05-2008, 05:07 PM Thread Starter
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$4 Million Car Stolen In Spain Found In Sharon Connecticut

This Ferrari F250 PF was stolen in Spain in 1993, this person in Ct. purchased for $550,000.00 it probably not knowing the history since the documents were falsified. I wonder if he is out of his money or if you can buy insurance on exotic cars that may cover you in the event that happens?

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Anyone who is into collecting exotics cars like this should have known that 550K was a tad low. He may be out of luck.

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Wow, kinda random that they figured it out 8 years after the guy bought the car.

Also anyone else notice that for being a professional news site, their journalistic vocabulary seems just a bit lacking and amature, police said.

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Wow, kinda random that they figured it out 8 years after the guy bought the car.

Also anyone else notice that for being a professional news site, their journalistic vocabulary seems just a bit lacking and amature, police said.
What I see a lot is people using filler words like basically or essentially. I stop reading the article as soon as I get to such a word. I also disregard any information one might have if they use one of those words while talking to me. The problem is, I see it quite often, even in professional news media.

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The whole "in Spain in 1993" was getting t me.
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The whole "in Spain in 1993" was getting t me.
Or so the police said...

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