|Continuing Saga of the old dive mobile.|
Posted by Elaine on January 02, 2007 at 23:20:52:|
About two years ago, someone swiped my just retired dive mobile out of my driveway. Instead of sulking about it, I called the cops, got in the new dive mobile, and went diving. They retrieved the old dive mobile by the end of the third dive. $1000.00 damage repair and the old dive mobile was back up and running like it had never been stolen.
I still have this original dive mobile - it is the klunker I take to work - a decoy so nobody steals the REAL dive mobile. There have been two more attempted thefts of this old dive relic from the parking lot at work. One unsuccessful one 4 months ago, and another more costly attempt tonight. Do old dive cars attract thieves? Old surfing cars - I could understand that, but old smelly dive cars? Is this a new trend? (PS: I'm so pissed, I would gladly buy a F&G hunting license if I spear a car thief).
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