[UPDATE 10:05 a.m. Friday] Have You Seen Ed’s ’64 SS?

1964 Chevelle Malibu SS

Between the evening of the 28th and the morning of the 29th, someone took this sparkly, burgundy red 1964 Chevelle Malibu SS from a shop belonging to the family of the owner on West End Road in Arcata.

“We have checked cameras and we are waiting on the businesses to go through theirs to see if they have caught anything about the car going missing,” said the owner’s girlfriend.

The license plate’s number is EDS64SS.

If anyone has any information, please contact the Arcata Police Department at (707) 822-2428 or the owner at (619) 248-4497.

 1964 Chevelle Malibu SS

UPDATE 10:05 a.m. Friday: “We found the trailer up on green diamond korbel but the car is gone still,” the owner’s girlfriend said. “The officers and green diamond people are gonna go back to investigate and check trail cams.”

UPDATE Sunday: Its been found!

Partially stripped car on a trailer

 

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13 comments

  • Man that sucks, hope they get it back in good shape, shouldn’t be hard to spot.

  • Wasn’t the Malibu SS from Chevrolet?

    • Dem, it is a little confusing calling it a “Chevelle Malibu SS”, since Chevrolet (in 1964) released the Chevelle, Malibu and the Malibu Super Sport. However, Chevy did make what was called the Chevelle Malibu SS396, and it only had a Malibu emblem, not Chevelle. Sales and marketing, go figure. The VIN would tell you everything…

  • So sad, so sorry for the owner. I keep my ‘Cuda in the garage 362 days of the year. I register it for a year for a 3 day show at the autorama. I often have nightmares of it go missing. In my nightmares it is stolen at a repair shop by the repair shop…

    • Happened in Vegas with my son’s, ten only made, extremely rare Harley, on a New Year’s eve. He was not compensated in any way shape or form . . . stolen at a repair shop by the repair shop . . .

    • I wouldn’t put a Cuda’ on the road either. i don’t trust the other drivers not to hit it.

      i am just going to be envious that your Cuda’ runs though, cause mine doesn’t.

  • The repair shop must have insurance for loss and theft. looks like Ed might be in the repair business. hope you find it.

  • Classic Car car show car. Someone might be trying to get a free ticket in. At least in parts.

  • I can appreciate the loss of an object so obviously lovingly cared for. I hopype you get it back soon.

  • inside job?

    Tweaker relatives or enemy’s.

    Or they just hate the paint job and wanna fix it with some flat black.

    Can’t have anything nice anymore with out staying up all night and becoming a tweaker.

    I

  • That was such a drag.
    Happy to hear it’s been found!

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