They should have totaled the vehicle. If it was stolen, and now re-tiled, then it's got an odd-ball history that will make it difficult to sell. Also, it will be flagged in the state of south carolina with a theft recovery brand.harteyboysupra said:now about the supra...
it is in GA at the sherriff's office... i was told that the cop has to do some more legal work so i can get my car back... the guy is not caught... apparently he had retitled the car, or did something like that... and so when he sold it the people thought that it was ok... they tried to register it and it came up as a stolen vehicle and the cops got it from them... i have no idea what is happening to that person... i hope they don't get f'ed over too bad... they didnt really do anything... now its a waiting game to see if we can't find the asshole who stole the car... and i get to wait to get my car back... my insurance company is going to get the car checked out and if anything is wrong with it they are going to fix it... then i am going to have to try and re-sell the car... im not sure whats going to happen with the title... i want to thank everyone for their help with this... i have really appreciated it!!
You DO NOT have to accept the vehicle back. Push for a total, and full market value (NOT BOOK) on a 97 RSP supra. If they give you shit, tell them you wish to move forward for 3rd party arbitration and subrogation. Then the fun begins