View Full Version : What can you do with a stolen car?
07-18-2011, 04:27 PM
07-18-2011, 04:34 PM
find a god and quit parking lot, if possible change the cars plates or just remove them...
remove the parts ( wheels, radio...) idk anything you can sell and sell it...
if you are a teen you can just ride it with your friends...
use it to rub some store, then dump it somewhere...
or use it to rub a bank, end then burn it...
07-18-2011, 06:59 PM
Use it to do some "dirty work" and then make it drop of the face of the Earth. Most bank robberies are done with stolen vehicles.
07-18-2011, 06:59 PM
Well, if you know a bit about cars you can part it out. Take it to an isolated area and break that fucker down. Transmission, sound system, even the fucking airbag is worth money. Even if you don't know diddly squat about cars you can at least get the catalytic converter out, but that's not worth enough to steal the car IMO.
Use the car as a convenient get-away vehicle in a robbery, as it can't be traced back to you or drive it through the window of a jewelry store, etc, etc.
Use your imagination.
07-18-2011, 07:02 PM
chop up the car in your shop then sell it to people who dont give a fuck about filed down vin numbers
stamp your own vin numbers?
07-18-2011, 07:08 PM
Wait until I get caught. :o
07-19-2011, 10:29 PM
chop shop buddy. every big city's got one. make some friends in the auto repair biz, find a shop ran by shady characters who love $, drop off the car at wholesale and walk away. they'll take care of the rest and make money for themselves.
07-19-2011, 11:38 PM
you got to find a place to stash that up then go search scrap yards for the same vehical year make and model doesnt matter the condition the wrecked vehical will supply you with every legal document ull need asuming it was even worth stealing in the begining trade out the imformation and vin numbers registration etc and shit paint vehical and then u will have urself a legal car to sell that nobody will ever notice
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