A heavily modified and highly recognizable Dodge Challenger and its transport trailer were stolen Monday from a an automotive shop in San Bernardino.
The Challenger is difficult to miss in standard trim, but this black 2008 model has a soaring rear spoiler and pointy nose reminiscent of the short-lived "Superbird" stock cars of the early 1970s. The car's value is estimated at $200,000, and its claimed top speed is 200 mph, according to the Associated Press.
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The automotive shop from which the trailer and car were stolen is located in the 100 block of South D Street, just three blocks from San Bernardino City Hall. Auto theft task force personnel located the trailer, but continue to search for the vehicle.
The car has Wyoming license plates 15GRIZ.
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Call 909-384-5742 with information about the theft.