Have you seen this 1954 Corvette Roadster? The Polo White sports car was stolen from an Orlando suburb in late December 2019. The Corvette was last seen wearing a Mecum Auto Auctions rear plate and an NCRS front license plate.
The car is owned by Lou Pendas who manages The Pendas Law Firm, a Florida-based personal injury law firm. Pendas issued a press release with details of the stolen Corvette, and he says that a recovery effort involving Florida law enforcement agencies as well as the FBI and the Department of Homeland Security is in place to help locate rare first-generation convertible.
“This pristine Corvette has been a treasure of mine and it’s important that I make every effort possible to locate it,” said Lou Pendas, owner. “It’s a rare and very special car, a true time capsule that has been preserved for decades. I would be grateful for any help in recovering this car.”
The 1954 Corvette is described as all original. The car served as a display car inside a Chevrolet dealership for 36 years before being sold in 2012. Like most 1954 Corvettes, the roadster has a Polo White exterior, Sportsman Red leather interior, and a tan convertible top. The Corvette’s VIN is E54S003761.
If you have any details with the wearabouts of this classic Corvette, please contact the following:
Detective Juan Munoz
City of Ocoee Police Department
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