The western United States is dealing with numerous wild fires, and one of them caused the owner of a restoration shop to flee for safety with a rare race car.
According to KTVU, Ken Lovejoy is the owner of Q’s Workshop in Boulder Creek, California and he left the area, on September 8th, following evacuations orders.
Before he packed up his family and some belongings, he loaded Paul Kitchen’s 1973 Aston Martin V8 race car onto a trailer and headed to San Jose. After arriving in the city, Lovejoy left the trailer in a lot and went to check into a hotel.
A day later, thieves broke into the lot and made off with the trailer as well as the Aston Martin. A security camera managed to capture the theft and it shows one person working to cut down some cable fencing, while…