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Long-time Old Cars subscribers, Jim and Jean Boyden had the unfortunate experience of having their 1935 Ford Phaeton, trailer and truck stolen. Luckily, Jim was proactive with some modern technology that was able to locate the stolen pieces. Unfortunately, the tow vehicle was partially stripped. The good news is the trailer and Phaeton were recovered unharmed. 

He passed on the following for others to learn about how to minimize your losses.

Jim and Jean Boyden's 1935 Ford Phaeton that was stolen and recovered.

Jim and Jean Boyden’s 1935 Ford Phaeton that was stolen and recovered.


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