Many years ago in TX, I had my Bronco II broke in twice also. Stole my stereo system and other stuff. 2nd time I had it up in air doing all the brakes, left tools in truck, went out ing the morning to finish brakes and everything was gone. I had to go buy new stereo, tools, jack, and brakes.
2010 Bright White 3.5L H/O SXT V6
Red graphics & CF dash kit (by me), tint, Grill, spoiler, lip, diffuser switchbacks, R/T exhaust modded, catch can, Badge via Rebadgedesign, Script Charger emblems, Mopar pedals, full LED convertion, ZXE low beams, lowered, R1 Rotors & Predator. To install: trunk filler, ported TB, CAI & Spyder headlights.
Was a Chevy SS, had the chip in the key. Maybe he dropped keys in car, possible huh.
Nah, no explanation needed, GMs VATS antitheft for years has been a joke. Hell, for the longest time, the supposed "chip" in the key was a freaking resistor, one of like 15 possible values. Nothing to get past.
I though your buddy had a Charger.
"For a mechanic, you seem to do an excessive amount of thinking."
―C-3PO, to R2-D2
Naw I have all 3 keys that they gave me. The only time I give up my keys is when I go for my oil change, but I sit around and wait for that. Even then I'm suspicious and check everthing out.
310 represent! I was born and raised in nearby Torrance. I go back home weekly to visit the parents. Ironically, my ex gf lives in Hawthorne and I actually saw a car theif trying to brake into my previous car. Damn Zee, Im glad everything worked out for you. LA all the way..
ACES IV AND ALL QUANTUM BLUE LIQUIDS
TINT: 20% FRONT AND 5% REAR, BLASTIN BOBS THE BEAST KIT WITH FLOWMASTER 40 MUFFLER
CUSTOM SOUND SYSTEM WITH PIONEER 8400 HEADUNIT
MOPAR STAGE 2 COILOVERS AND SWAY BARS
6000K HIDS HEADLIGHTS AND FOGLIGHTS
LUMINX CCFL HALO HEADLIGHTS AND TAILLIGHTS
BILLET TECHNOLOGY NOSE BADGE
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