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From the Austin Alfa FB site, not mine or any relation:

"Someone stole my 2019 Alfa Romeo Giulia Quadrifoglio and I want it back.

If you see it , please call 911. My plate is LTX-1979. Just call the police , no confrontations .

1,000.00 to the winner who finds my car and I’m able to recover it .

It was last seen in the Southpark Meadows area / South Austin.

To collect I need to recover vehicle and hopefully suspect is in cuffs.

This offer expires 10/17/2020 at 11:59 PM.

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I don't think he really wants it back...
The car has been seen at some of those night meets that non-felons don't goto. A couple of bowl cut cuhs driving it... They do some burn outs and slides, and then take off. If anyone knows who they are, they aren't saying. I'm surprised the car has stayed in Austin as long as it has.
 

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I don't think he really wants it back...
The car has been seen at some of those night meets that non-felons don't goto. A couple of bowl cut cuhs driving it... They do some burn outs and slides, and then take off. If anyone knows who they are, they aren't saying. I'm surprised the car has stayed in Austin as long as it has.
What's a "cuhs"?
 

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normally seen driving a silverado
Yah dryland wheat farmers drive Silverados here in Montana. Those with irrigation prefer Cummins turbo diesels. Dryland farmers don't understand hemis and if you see one in one it was obviously stolen.
 

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Single or double gun racks?
 
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