Owner of Stolen 1977 Corvette Needs Your Help!

Charles Estelle's prized 1977 Corvette was stolen from a private garage in Paradise Township nearly two weeks ago. The Maryland man is asking local residents to keep watch for the bright-orange classic car. (Submitted)

It’s amazing what some losers will do to steal an automobile; especially when it’s a Corvette.

According to The York Dispatch newspaper out of York County, Pennsylvania, a bright orange, 1977 Corvette was stolen via flatbed while it was currently undergoing some restoration work at a local shop over the Easter holiday.

Owner, Charles Estelle of Thurmont, Maryland brought the car to York County to get a fresh paint job and then dropped it off in Paradise Township to have some engine work done by Corey Bollinger.  Bollinger took off to Ohio  for the Easter holiday and went he returned back on April 8th, the car was gone.  He texted Estelle to find out if the owner had picked up the car for some reason while he was gone, but Estelle hadn’t been by since dropping the car off.

The Corvette’s hood wasn’t in place at the time and the car wasn’t drivable.  Since Bollinger’s garage is on a dirt road about a mile off the main road, Bollinger believes the car had to have been put on a flat-bed and towed away.

Estelle said he reported the stolen car to Northern York County Regional Police, but so far, it hasn’t been found.

Chime in on the forums if you think you’ve seen this stolen 1977 Corvette!  >>>

Source: Man seeks help finding classic Corvette stolen from Paradise Twp. garage

Related posts

You Could Win this 1971 Corvette – 1 of 188 Made!

Highly Documented 1968 L88 Corvette in Le Mans Blue Comes Up For Sale

New Zealand Man Heartbroken Over Theft of his 1979 Corvette