A highly customized 1937 Ford convertible has been stolen from a hotel parking lot in Brockville, Ontario, Canada. The car was created by Rad Rides by Troy Inc, and owned by an Iowa entrepreneur.

The distinctive burnt-orange 1937 Ford convertible - dubbed Chocolate Thunder by auto writers - is worth $450,000. Brian Ferguson of Rad Rides By Troy said he hasn’t had any leads since someone drove off with his Ford pickup truck and trailer, which contained the 1937 Ford convertible, around 6 a.m. Thursday.

The truck is a white 1999 Ford F350 four-door crew cab with dual rear wheels. It has a 32-foot goose-neck enclosed car trailer hooked to the back of it. The trailer is white with blue logos on either side which read, Rad Rides by Troy. Both the truck and trailer have Illinois licence plates, number 799 68D on the truck and 722 5TE on the trailer.

$5,000 reward! Rad Rides will pay the reward for information that leads to the return of the classic car and arrest and conviction of whoever took it.

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