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« on: 10 August, 2017, 11:56:26 AM »

Hi All

Received this today.

Peter

'Hi

My car was stolen in Italy last week.  I was  a club member for many years, but sadly let it lapse recently.  Would you be so kind as to post this notice on your forum please?

STOLEN:    K772EJB - UK registered Integrale EVO 1 Verde York limited edition number 0259.  VIN is ZLA831AB000576984, Engine number is 831 0001428042.  Stolen near Ostuni, Italy in the early hours of  2 August 17, without keys.  Verde York green. Tan hide recaro highback seats with green stitching. Standard suspension and 15" wheels. Immobiliser fitted and armed.  May have damage to gear lever and handbrake lever from removed Autolok.  Supersprint stainless rear exhaust, standard mid pipe, rear strut brace in silver with painted gold ends, Barry Waterhouse anti-torque steer washers in front suspension, small crease in RH side of bonnet, rust bubble on LH rear door lower edge, crack in middle of front grille, riveted aluminium sheet repair to front airscoop undertray, new turbo oil drain hose in blue silicon with aluminium checkerplate heat shield attached to hose clip, new Alpine CDE193BT head unit and mic cable in drivers side A pillar,  Vibe 6x6 rear speakers mounted in MDF parcel shelf, separate side light switch on LH side of steering column, relay for main beam headlights under drivers side of dash, pullswitch for radiator fan mounted on headlight aim control blanking plate between seats, newly fabricated high pressure aircon line with silver and gold aluminium Splicelok connection.  Any information gratefully received to dario.acampora@poliziadistato.it, or to Adrian Flux insurance.

With many thanks for your help

Best regards

Tony Stevens'

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