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LA man gets his Mustang back after it was stolen 38 years ago

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--- Quote from: 66GTKFB on March 23, 2008, 12:19:34 PM ---Court? What a joke. She would loose on the basis that 'ignorance of the law is no excuse'. It's a cold cruel world out there.
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The way the small claims courts are awarding today, You never know.  BTW Jim, loose means it is not tight, and lose means to not win.   ;D
I doubt the original owner can even produce the original paperwok to prove the car is his. 

Oh Great Teacher-Person (politically correct),
  I stand corrected.

 ;D :) :) ;D

haha glen was a teacher so it's in his blood :P

I still think there should be some litigation as to whom the real owner is.  She obviously had to have had some legit paperwork to keep registering it year after year while she owned it.  I think there is a gap in our understanding about what paperwork was involved when the exchange back to him took place.  Or, Maybe Jim is right and that the California DMV is FUBAR.   ;D


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