How to Prevent Vintage Auto Theft : Car Security Tips for Vintage Auto Theft Prevention

How to Prevent Vintage Auto Theft : Car Security Tips for Vintage Auto Theft Prevention


Hi! I’m George Stonebrook for Expert Village
here to talk to you today about how to prevent theft of your vintage automobile. I’ve been
a repair shop owner in Albany, New York for the past 30 years and worked on several vintage
cars myself. The owner of many Mustangs, Ford Eonoline Vans and vintage Chevrolet’s. Today
we will be talking to you about how to prevent theft of a vintage car that someone may want.
Today we will work with the Etzel because that is the kind of car that I would like
to have. The Etzel is one of those types of cars that you don’t see many of them on the
road. They are more of an interesting vintage vehicle than they are of a value just depending
on what someone is willing to pay for it but they are still a value to somebody that they
would want to protect it. Perhaps you would like to own a car like this or perhaps your
investment is a lot higher; either way, we will find ways to prevent your vintage car
from being stolen.

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7 Replies to “How to Prevent Vintage Auto Theft : Car Security Tips for Vintage Auto Theft Prevention”

  1. What the ffffffffffuck is this ssssssssssssssshit, who ffffffffffucking cares about what this hhhhhhhhhhoe is saying look 100% thumbs ffffffffffffucking down

  2. "How to Prevent Vintage Auto Theft : Car Security Tips for Vintage Auto Theft Prevention".
    Where is this information? This is the most useless video I've ever wasted my time on.

  3. this was part of a series they didn't link to…I found and listed them below.
    common sense
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B-5PEznDbUU
    battery removal / coil
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qdtm7ubZ3b0
    rotor pull
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JlBjLph8FaU

    note: If you own a classic, your biggest threat is having it trailered away.

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