It’s not the news we like to bring to you, but it’s better to continue spreading the word. Unfortunately, following Papa John’s 1972 Chevrolet Camaro Z/28 being stolen, two additional vehicles have also been reported stolen following the 2015 Woodward Dream Cruise.
The first is a 1966 C2 Corvette convertible, owned by Donna Zimmer of Bloomfield Village, according to WXYZ. Zimmer is a long-time veteran of the Dream Cruise, who has been attending the event since 1998. Zimmer graduated high school in 1966, never thinking she’d own her dream Corvette when, one day, her husband surprised her with it.
After leaving the car parked for two hours inside a Birmingham parking garage, she returned to find the 1966 Corvette gone. The 1966 Corvette was recently valued at $90,000, and has a Michigan license plate reading “ItsMy66.”
The second vehicle is of the same model year, a 1966 Chevrolet Chevelle. The owner has not been identified by local WXYZ. According to the report, the Chevrolet Silverado towing the 1966 Chevelle was stolen, taking the prized vehicle with it. The vehicle was last parked at the Kingsley Inn in Bloomfield Hills, and wears North Carolina license plates.
If either car should cross your path, notify local authorities immediately. We’d love to see both of these vehicles make it home much like the Papa John’s Camaro Z/28 that was recovered earlier today. The Woodward Dream Cruise is a time to relish in classic vehicles, not create a mental hot list for what you’d like to take away from an enthusiast, and we hope the perpetrators are dealt with accordingly.