Phatfantom68 said:Wow, stupid thieves for sure. Around here, the thieves are all about stealing swapped Hondas and turbo Supras... I have nothing to worry about. :lol:
Probably more of the older models since they have high resale value and are easier to steal (there's a limited number of key combinations for gen1-2, i think; i know my key opens and starts several camrys around here).TBayToyotaBoy said:I think we all have something to worry about...when I first bought my Camry (4 years ago) it was in the top five stolen cars in Canada. I haven't checked-into the latest stats, but there are so many of these cars around that parts are golden...
ptsmith said:i know my key opens and starts several camrys around here).
HomeGrown said:Stolen that many times and you've always gotten it back?!? How are they getting it started? If you don't heed the obvious advice here and get an alarm (and/or snakes) then hide a kill switch somewhere under the dash so even if they get inside, it can't be started, unless they find the switch.
On a side note, I did get a question answered here myself. I now know what a "boomstick" is. I've wondered that ever since I've seen Tommy's avatar sig.
Listen up you primitive primates! You see this... This is my BOOMSTICK! You got that?Tommy said:
Figured someone here would know what a boom stick is - although mine is a direct reference to a movie....doubt anyone will get it.
Well I guess thats one way of a cheap and...err....efficient anti-theft device. Rust is also a weight reduction mod toocurtisz said:To the original poster - My Camry looks REALLY REALLY bad. I cannot even give it away. I leave it unlocked with the key in, and no one bothers it. Just make sure it looks bad, then no one will want it!