A few years ago, Amanda Pogany, a school teacher from Brooklyn, had a nice, little Honda Accord to call her very own. Unfortunately, her ride was stolen from her, leaving her without her noble steed for three-and-something years.

Today, Amanda Pogany drives an Accord, which, in actuality, is the same car that was stole from her. Well, it’s still the same except for a few changes - or modifications - in the form of a new engine, a new set of tires, new rims, new windows, and a new manual tranny.

We don’t now if Robin Hood was behind the theft of this car, but we figured the reunion between Pogany and her Honda - in all its tuned-up glory - was something she, or any one of us, ever expected.

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Source: Gawker

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6 comments:

  (858) posted on 02.22.2011

or its just a big prank for her..But why on the hell this “carnapper” would wasted modifying the car? She better let a professional to check the condition of the car. A bomb might be planted on the car..hehe

  (447) posted on 02.22.2011

or its just a big prank for her..But why on the hell this “carnapper” would wasted modifying the car? She better let a professional to check the condition of the car. A bomb might be planted on the car..hehe

  (1211) posted on 02.22.2011

That is so weird.. I bet the carnapper change the original parts into second hand or defective specs. Because it wasn’t told in the article if the car function well.. But I’m happy that her car was returned.

  (142) posted on 12.14.2010

I wouldnt mind if that happened to my car.

  (708) posted on 04.29.2010

He/should be thankful to the guy wjo stole his/her car. But isn’t that suspicious? you carnapped a car and spent a lot of money then sending it back to the owner?

  (377) posted on 04.29.2010

She should be happy on what happened to her car. Maybe the thief used it to race.

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