'Pulp Fiction': Quentin Tarantino's Stolen Chevy Recovered in Oakland (Report)
The iconic red car was stolen from outside the filmmaker’s home 17 years ago.
The iconic red ’65 Chevy featured in Pulp Fiction has been recovered after it was stolen from outside director Quentin Tarantino’s home 17 years ago, TMZ reports.
Law enforcement sources reportedly said that police officers had arrested a man suspected of classic car theft in Southern California on Tuesday. Although he was not arrested for stealing the Chevy in question, the investigation led authorities to the Oakland, Calif., area, where the automobile was found.
According to the report, the car’s VIN number had been changed.
The unidentified man who was arrested Tuesday will not be charged with stealing the Chevy because the statute of limitations on auto theft has run out.
A representative for the Oakland Police Department did not immediately return The Hollywood Reporter's request for comment.
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