DEARBORN, Mich. (WXYZ) - A 1930 Classic Model A convertible that was stolen from the parking lot of the Henry Ford Museum on June 26 has been recovered.
The vehicle was located at Gratiot and Mount Elliott on Detroit's east side. The vehicle will be reunited with its owner at the Dearborn Police station.
The classic car was inside a trailer hitched to a 2001 Ford F-250. The trailer and the Model A were located but the Ford F-250 is still missing.
The owner of the vehicles was in town from California and was visiting the museum at the time of the theft.
The Ford F -250 pickup, which is still missing, has a California Plate of 6P95642. It has a white top with gold on the bottom of the truck, a Nascar license plate and a NASCAR sticker in the rear window.
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