RAVELCO AUTO SECURITY
"Arguably the best anti theft device known to man."
lots of research to find a practical, affordable, and most of all, effective
theft deterrent – and I ended up looking at Ravelco... I was present
during the installation and can unequivocally state that this system is
for real. On top of the Ravelco's design and the standard in-depth installation
that uses yards of identical black wiring, I witnessed [my installer]
doing several other Ravelco tricks in the engine bay, all of which were
designed to thoroughly confuse a would-be thief. The Ravelco is a real
paradox: a simple design that makes theft very tough for the bad guys.
Interesting aspects of the Ravelco system include the fact that these
wires work in pairs, and if a thief starts clipping them, your car won't
run. Trying to imitate the coded plug by probing the base unit won't work
either – with over 100,000 combinations, through 16 holes, this
would take some time if you didn't start blowing fuses (Which you would!)...
Car thieves are smart enough to swap out high-end vehicles' computers
to work with a key that they already have, or write down the VIN number,
go to a dealership, and get a new key for your car right there, but they
won't be able to figure this out!"
. arguably the best antitheft device known to man . . . "
weeks ago I bought a new Ford F-150 Raptor, knowing it is a limited edition
vehicle and that I am forced to park it on the street in inner city Los
Angeles, security was one of my top priorities. By the end of the first
week I had a both Ravelco and a Viper alarm installed. Well last weekend
it happened, someone broke in my Raptor and tried to steal it. The would-be
thief was definitely a pro. He cut the battery cable disabling my alarm
(that was easy), then he tried to start the truck and no luck. He must
have thought the trick was in the auxiliary switches because all of them
were in the on position (I always leave them off) and the cover to the
switches was popped off. I’m sure he was then frustrated and just
looked through my glove box (that he left open) and center console (which
he also left up) and left without my Raptor. How do I know he was a pro
you ask, well he didn’t cause any damage getting into the truck,
and knew how to disable my alarm. He also did not trash the truck (no
slashed tires, no slashed seats) and he didn’t take the other stuff
of value like the child seat, tie-downs, sun glasses, etc. So to make
a long story short, thank you Ravelco for producing a high quality product
and saving my truck. P.S. When I bought the truck I remember thinking
'Do I really need a Ravelco… it’s kind of expensive' well
the answer is a resounding 'Yes.' It is worth every penny. Thanks again."
I just want to say thanks for the Ravelco device! My 2000 Honda Civic
was stolen, stripped and recovered in September near my home, with repairs
totaling $6,600, 66% of the car's value. At the time I had neither an
anti-theft device nor alarm on it. It took a month to repair, and the
day after I got it back I had Ravelco installed after researching deterrent
systems. I felt better with the Ravelco installed, but knew it wouldn't
prove itself to me unless I saw evidence of a thwarted theft. Well, yesterday
I discovered just that when I went to my car - the steering column and
ignition were damaged, but my car was still there. It's a great feeling,
especially because I can't help but suspect it's the same thieves who
tried to steal it for a second time!"
in Law Enforcement I knew that if my truck was stolen, the chance of getting
it back in one piece was going to be slim to none. Before I bought my
FORD F250 I had researched a lot of different security systems. I finally
settled on the Ravelco. Just for the simple reason that was a proactive
security system vs. an alarm system that is only reactive. Plus I have
seen several high quality, top end alarms be bypassed and stolen without
the alarm ever going off. I had my truck about a week and called Ravelco.
The installer was very professional and was very meticulous. I am very
anal about my truck and was curious as to how this system is installed
so I watched him install the entire system. It took him over three hours
to install this system. This system is for real. A car thief would have
to have several hours to figure out where the wires go and be able to
retrace them back to where they are supposed to be. Even if they were
to start 'jumping' wires or plugs there is a better chance of blowing
fuses then ever getting that vehicle to run. He did such a great job that
even me as the owner had a hard time finding where all the wires went
to. What a superb installation. Two and half hours after having the Ravelco
installed in my truck I went to Costco to grab something. My wife and
I were not in the store for more than 20 minutes in the middle of the
day. When we came out to the truck I used the remote to unlock the truck.
When I got in I heard a dinging noise and didn’t know why it was
dinging at me. I then went to insert the key and realized that my ignition
was destroyed. It was at this time that I realized that someone had just
tried to steal my truck. My truck that I had only owned for 1 week was
saved due to RAVELCO. Ravelco, you guys rock. You have an awesome product.
I feel safe parking my truck anywhere at any time. I am confident that
my truck will be there when I come out, barring being towed away. As far
as someone trying to steal it by means of hot wiring the truck, it’s
not going to happen. Thank you very much for saving my truck. Feel free
to use this testimonial on your website if you choose to."
year ago, my S4 was stolen from the parking lot of the Montclair Whole
Foods.It was found the next day in Newark, wheels and lights gone, sitting
on the rotors, engine running. This, despite a top-of-the-line Clifford
alarm, with all the bells and whistles. After the car was repaired, I
had the Ravelco anti-theft device installed. About two hours ago (10:30
pm), I got off the train in Newark and went to retrieve my car from the
parking lot across the street. As I approached the vehicle, I saw 2 men
in the car, very busily trying to start it. I said, "Hey, that's
my car." They jumped out and sort of stood there for a minute staring
at me. I said, "Well?" One of them responded, "Damn, we
been here almost an hour. What the hell you got in that thing?" Then
they took off. I went out to the street and flagged down an officer. When
the officer from the auto theft division (or whatever they call it) arrived,
he expressed surprise that the car hadn't been stolen, given the high
degree of local expertise in the field. I showed him my Ravelco plug and
explained how it works. He was pretty impressed. So am I."
to send you an unsolicited note to thank you for installing such a great
product into my Ford F250. I cannot tell you how highly I recommend this
product to ANYONE who wants to protect their investment. As you know I
had my truck stolen and completely stripped in October 2009, however,
since recovering the truck (or what was left of it in December) and subsequently
installing RAVELCO - there have been two new attempts to steal it (once
from an office building and once from a restaurant parking lot) and the
thieves were completely unsuccessful. For anyone who has any doubt that
this device is legit - please feel free to show them this email."
"After having my 2002 Subaru WRX stolen twice in Newark, NJ during my dental school experience (2004-2008), I decided it was time to look into finding the best security system for my ride. I found the Ravelco system through a Google search and decided this security system would give me the peace of mind I needed. After setting up my appointment, the installer Chuck, drove to my location and hooked up my WRX in 3-4 hours. The whole set up is so stealth, and I knew there was no way any thief was gonna be able to get around it. So, the real reason why I decided to write this testimonial. I drove my car up to Edison, NJ to hang out with my cousin and we decided to get a few beers at TGI Friday's, just a few miles away from his house. I parked and pulled out my Ravelco plug. We left Friday's an hour and a half later and while trying to disarm the stock alarm using the keyless remote, the first thing I noticed was that it didn't beep. I didn't think much of it. I jumped into the driver seat and noticed the seat had been moved back and my feet where 6 inches from the pedals. I knew it right then...SOMEONE HAD BEEN IN MY CAR. I looked at the steering column and the ignition...the plastic had been ripped off and the ignition cylinder had been pulled...they tried to steal my baby, ten days after the Ravelco system was installed. Thankfully, they couldn't get the car to start. I have no doubt that without the Ravelco system, I would have lost my dream car. Thank you sooo much Chuck for a great install and thank you Ravelco!! I don't know how anyone with who owns a car they love can get along without it!!" – Samir Shah, Edison, New Jersey
literally sold thousands and thousands of Ravelcos in the last 20 years.
They have never made a liar out of me. My customers will ask me which
I recommend – the alarm or the Ravelco? My answer has always truthfully
been the Ravelco. It is also an antitheft device that everyone can afford!
I personally know how great the product is, but when our law enforcement
customers request the Ravelco… I know that we made the right decision
when we started selling them. I have seen a lot of different antitheft
devices over the years, everything else has come and gone – but
the Ravelco is still here. That to me is a statement of dependability.
I cease to offer any option that I lose confidence in. That has never
been the case with the Ravelco Antitheft Device. It just keeps proving
itself. We have customers who won’t use anything else. Thank you
for giving us a product we can confidently offer as a dependable antitheft
device to our customers."
"I've just retired with 30 years of experience as a police officer, and I'm very familiar with the easy pickings of cars, even those equipped with traditional alarm systems. Professional car thieves keep up with the latest technology of these types of systems. Thus, they can often be defeated by a highly motivated well-trained criminal. Thieves target the car they want, and then work quickly to start them and usually bring them to a predetermined location where they can successfully strip them of the car parts that they are looking for. Car tracking systems may help locate the vehicle after it is stolen, but often the vehicle is already significantly damaged before it is found. People should understand that tracking systems are for vehicle recovery, not theft prevention. Traditional alarm and tracking systems don't always provide the type of deterrent and prevention that most automobile owners are looking for. Today, with the number of factory installed systems and after-market alarm devices, many people aren't even fazed when they hear a car alarm go off. The thieves know this. Given my experience as a cop, I'm familiar with your product, having seen many attempted motor vehicle thefts foiled when they couldn't get the car started. After exploring many types of systems, I chose the Ravelco system for my personal vehicle. In my opinion, it is the best device on the market to achieve my main objective, which is not to be able to start the car in the first place. With your system, I can park my car and rest assured that it will be there when I return. If by some chance they do try to steal it, I'm confident that they'll quickly give up and take their business elsewhere, saving me a lot of unnecessary grief, aggravation and down time that owners experiences when their car is stolen." – Bill Abbatematteo, retired Police Captain, North Providence, Rhode Island Police Department
what its worth, I am a huge fan of Ravelco. Much of my business is done
in Honduras and Nicaragua and we keep a half dozen or so 4wd vehicles
on hand to be used to get us out to the tobacco fields. All of them have
Ravelcos installed and we have never had one stolen and it certainly isn't
from the lack of trying. One night the guard came in and said, 'again,
someone is trying to steal the F250'. I told him, let's just watch him.
And we did, for nearly 20 minutes he tried to hot wire the truck and finally
he just gave up and walked away. We then had him picked up the next day
as we knew exactly who it was. In total we have experienced over 30 break-ins
over the last decade and have never lost a vehicle. Sure they mess up
the steering column and sometimes the dash, but we have never lost a truck.
It is simply the best anti-theft device on the market. It is so simple,
always works, and never will fritz out on you like an alarm. Many Ravelco
installers do it right at your house in your driveway - it takes about
on Easter Sunday at the El Palachio hotel parking lot in Miami while I
was on vacation, my 2004 Chevy Tahoe was broken into. Judging by the damage
they did to the steering column, ignition, and front grill, they must
have spent a good while trying to take my car. I still have my truck thanks
to Ravelco. You have the best car anti-theft device on the market in my
opinion and your installers are courteous and professional. Thanks for
making such a great product."
read all the testimonies, yet I was still skeptical. Well, no longer.
I bought a new Silverado on May 19, 2006. I put 24 " wheels on it,
custom stereo everything. I thought OnStar would protect me, that's what
the dealer said anyway. Well it was stolen June 12 a little over 3 weeks
after I bought it and 1 week after I put on the wheels. From a government
building none the less. Well, after the insurance hassle, police etc.
etc. I got it back in August, got new wheels, new system everything but
also the Ravelco. Well, last night at 3:00 am. I was awakened by a man
shouting "IT'S NOT STARTING COME ON!!!" I looked out the window
and my door was open and two guys were driving off in a beat up Honda
Civic. I'm sure they were pissed and confused, but I still have my truck,
thank you Ravelco. And Jason out here in Las Vegas is the man.”
years ago I caught someone trying to steal my car. They were doing it
in a way that would not set off my alarm. That prompted me to do a bunch
of research about the current state of the art of auto security. Much
to my chagrin, most of the items on the market right now are easily defeated
by car thieves. There was only one product that everyone said worked,
called a Ravelco device, it consists of a multi-pronged plug and socket
that disables multiple electrical systems in your car... They sent a technician
to my house to do the install and he did an excellent job. The solution
is simple and elegant. It is not an alarm but a device that makes your
car un-drivable. It uses a coded dongle and the installer will pick multiple
systems that are disabled when the dongle is removed so even if the starter
is hotwired, the car cannot run without the dongle. The installer will
also go to great pains to disguise where wiring has been spliced. My experience
with other mass-installed alarm systems is that they use bright red wire
for power and always put the controller and the siren in the same spot.
I have used the Ravelco for several years now. It is completely foolproof
and couldn't be simpler to operate. When you pull the dongle, the car
stops and cannot be restarted, period. No false alarms, no waking the
neighbors. I feel confident parking my car almost anywhere. They give
you two dongles up front and you get a code to order new ones from the
company if you should lose one… Two weeks ago I accidentally left
my car door open overnight. When I opened the car door to go to work I
realized my mistake. Someone had been in my car and had opened my fuse
box to look for the alarm shutoff. They had also opened my hood to start
the car. The Ravelco had completely foiled them. I love it!"
an unsolicited note to tell you that this 8th Ravelco Antitheft Device
is performing wonderfully in my latest vehicle. I could not rest until
I had a Ravelco installed. As a retired police chief, I can attest to
the many reports that came to my attention over the years of stolen vehicles
and of those attempts that failed. All of the latter categories were protected
by Ravelco. Sure a window had to be replaced and perhaps a new steering
column cover and ignition installed . . . but the vehicle stayed put just
where the owners parked them! You have a remarkable product, state of
the art knowledge and a bona fide honest approach to your customers and
their security needs. You are free to use any portion of my endorsement
"I had just done some work to my Civic Hatchback and decided I would take my girlfriend for a ride down to Circuit City in Wayne so we could pick up a new computer, something I would never do before having my Ravelco installed. I parked the car and removed my Ravelco plug as I always do and went into the store for I'd say about 45 minutes. When I returned to the car, I looked in the window and saw the panel that covers my fuse box and under dash wiring was on my passenger seat and my door was open. When I got in the car, the ignition was in the on position without a key and my radio was on. My ignition was not damaged, which led me to believe that the thieves used a shaved down key. They did not touch anything in the car, i.e. radio, speakers, or any other parts... They wanted the car and nothing else. Without the Ravelco, I know my car would not have been there when I got back. My brother, Steve and I recommend you personally to everyone we meet and tell them that the bottom-line is that Ravelco is the only way to keep your car out of thieves hands. Although some people remain skeptical, I hope this is proof positive that thieves just cannot bypass a Ravelco system and steal your car. Thank you for protecting my car and the piece of mind and also all the extra sleep I can now get knowing my car is protected. Thank You." – Anthony Podesta, Park Ridge, New Jersey
"Protection Perfection" – Denise Adams, The Herald Coaster Newspaper
at the office bought a 2005 BMW fully loaded. He had it at the office,
and I was talking to him about Ravelco, and told him that he needs to
get one ASAP. He said that he got the $4000.00 car alarm system from BMW
with Lojack and all. Well, I gave him your card, and he smiled nice and
tucked it in his pocket... Not a week later, his car was stolen. It took
the cops 4 days to find it. They said that the thiefs disabled the Lojack
first, and then used a new box called a remote lighter that lets them
steal the transponder codes. Well he got it back, and needs $22,000.00
worth of repairs and parts replaced to get it back to normal. So, I again
told him that he should call you and get a Ravelco put in. He smiled,
and said that BMW replaced the car alarm system, and upgraded it to a
UNBEATABLE one... Well you know what I am going to say. 24 hours after
getting it back to full deal, the car was gone again. It is now 30 days,
and the unbeatable BMW is still gone. I am 100% happy with my Ravelco.
In fact, I had my car at the shop and they took the outer plug off, and
then called me to say that the car would not start, and they were getting
ready to take apart the whole electrical system because they could not
figure it out. Well, in passing he mentioned that they took the grey plug
off. I told him I could fix it for a free oil change, he agreed and I
told him to put it back on. Well, it started right up and worked perfect.
I got the free oil change, and you got 4 mechanics that are debating about
putting them in their car from that..."
wanted to thank you again for the Ravelco. It hasn’t even been a
month since you installed it, and last night someone tried stealing my
car in the garage I park at. They smashed my driver's side window in,
and disabled the horn of my car alarm. It was obvious that stealing my
car was their sole intention, because NOTHING was taken from my car. The
car needs to be towed and have its ignition fixed, but that’s better
than it needing to be found. Seeing the Ravelco in its "passive action"
definitely has put me at ease about spending a little extra money on having
it installed. I know I would never forgive myself had I not had it installed
and this happened. Thank you. One of my friends with the same year and
model as mine is very intent on getting the Ravelco and having it installed."
didn’t need the Ravelco Antitheft Device installed on our 2002 Suburban.”
Our salesman told us that, because our Suburban came from the factory
with the OnStar System. Two weeks ago our 21 day old Suburban was stolen!
We contacted the OnStar people and they said they could not locate our
vehicle. Last Saturday, near the Canadian border, our vehicle was found
by accident when the police busted a chop shop. I asked the NYPD autotheft
division why the OnStar people couldn’t locate my vehicle. They
said the thieves break off the antenna used for the OnStar, which is mounted
on the roof over the driver’s side and the vehicle cannot be tracked.
Please send me your Ravelco system so we can have it installed on our
Suburban when we get it back from the body shop. We had our last Ravelco
installed in Dallas when we lived there and it foiled the car thieves
2 times that we know of. We will never be without a Ravelco again!”
in 2007 we had the Ravelco installed on four of our F350 pickup trucks
after one was broken into and the winch stolen off of it. This year we've
had two attempts now to steal one of these trucks and both failed miserably
due to the Ravelco. The first attempt was actually caught by our security
camera and you can see the thief get through the fence and then pop the
door lock to easily get into the truck. But then for the next 45 mins
you can see the lights go on / off while they attempt to start the vehicle.
Finally their cohorts drive by again and pick them up because they CAN'T
GET THE TRUCK STARTED! This latest attempt happened just before the July
4th weekend (2009) and while I haven't seen the security camera footage
I grabbed some pictures to send to you - I especially like the picture
that shows the damaged steering column with the Ravelco right there! What
a GREAT product! It definitely works as advertised!"
wanted to say that Ravelco is a truly marvelous device. Yesterday morning,
while I was in church, someone attempted to steal my 2000 Audi A6, again.
Fortunately, they didn't do much besides damaging the ignition assembly
and door lock. Right now, the car is in the shop getting repaired, well
actually waiting for the appraiser to show up and verify the damage. No
matter what happens, I'll scream from the mountain tops, RAVELCO RULES!!!"
“I bought my Toyota 4Runner on a Friday, the following Monday I had my Ravelco system installed, and then Wednesday my car was broken into. Luckily they could only take the three dollars in the ashtray, since they could not take the car. I will take that trade off any day.” – Mark Crawford, Bronx, New York
4 months ago, we contacted your company and purchased only 4 of your Ravelco
Antitheft Systems for our Kenworth trucks. When they arrived the owner
looked at them and said for us to to install and test them on the older
trucks only, because to be honest with you, they didn’t look like
much in the box. Boy, were we surprised! After following your installation
instructions our own shop mechanic couldn’t start the Kenworth truck.
When our owner saw this, we immediately ordered 54 more Ravelcos. I know
this letter is short and sweet, but I just wanted to say thanks for keeping
our trucks safe and to give us the comfort of knowing our trucks will
be there exactly where we parked them."
only real protection that appears to be working is by stopping the vehicle
theft itself with some sort of ignition, fuel and starter cut off device.
The better of these devices, have all its connections made in the engine
compartment and have its wires camouflaged. A thief will not take the
time to open up the hood of a vehicle and start searching for circuits.
These antitheft devices are unlike alarm systems which are connected only
under the dash, and are very easy for thieves to disarm." –
Houston Chronicle Article
the ten years that our company has been using the Ravelco security system
for our vehicles, I am delighted to be able to report that never have
we had a vehicle stolen. We've had several attempts in the City of Houston.
I can honestly say that you have saved us thousands in potential losses
of vehicles and product plus time and aggravation. Your security device
has been so reliable and successful in our vending trucks that
we have installed them on our entire fleet."
may remember me, you may not, but you are now my favorite person in the
world! A few years ago, you came to our home and installed the Ravelco
device in our son's 2000 Jeep Cherokee, which had been stolen a few months
earlier. I decided to go with the Ravelco following a few long conversations
during which I grilled you about every conceivable possibility of thieves
bypassing this device. You also installed the Ravelco a year or so later,
in a marathon session, in my 2004 Durango and my husband's 1995 Tahoe.
I have since recommended you and your little gadget to just about everyone
I know. Well, last night or early this morning, before the snow started,
someone apparently tried to steal our son's Jeep again. We didn't notice
until the snow stopped and we went to move the Jeep so that we could clear
the driveway. Well, they popped the door lock to get in and popped the
ignition, but didn't get the Jeep! They took some items from inside, my
son's college textbooks and such, which I doubt they'll be using, but
that was it. I will now freely admit to still being skeptical about the
Ravelco, in spite of your assurances, prior to today. I am now a true
believer. So thank you for your patience throughout our initial conversations,
and thank you for standing behind this product 100%. You have saved us
the hassle of trying to recover a stolen car, which if you've been through
once, it's enough. This was probably the smartest purchase I have ever
made, and I will gladly continue to recommend you and Ravelco to anyone
who asks. With sincere thanks"
or I drove the baddest SUV made, a 3 month old Black, 2004 Cadillac Escalade.
I had wheel spinners that cost nearly six grand and a stereo system to
die for. Someone else must have also thought that and decided to take
it. It was stolen on September 4, 2004. The police found my vehicle four
days later in San Ysidro, California. It was missing the tires & wheels
and the subwoofers. OnStar couldn't locate it and the transponder key
security system was bypassed. When I got it back, I felt like it was violated
and I sold it. Three weeks ago, I bought another one in Arizona and I
had your Ravelco system installed. Now the reason of my letter! On Thursday
night, October 14th, they tried to steal it again at a seafood restaurant
in Los Angeles. They broke in, busted the steering column and failed.
Your Ravelco saved my Escalade!!! Thank you so much!!!"
"I was told by my salesman where I bought my Ford Expedition, that since it came from the factory with the SecuriLock Antitheft System, I did not need any additional security on my vehicle. On a recent trip to Mexico, we spent our first night at a motel in McAllen, Texas. I parked my Expedition directly outside the door to our room. In the middle of the night I heard the Expedition start. I ran out as the thief was backing out. I must have frightened him, because when he got across the street he abandoned the vehicle and ran. The police officer who came to take a report informed me of your product. The very next morning at a local Lincoln Mercury Dealer, I had the steering column repaired and your Ravelco Antitheft Device installed. Two days later in Acapulco, Mexico it happened again. This time your Ravelco stopped them from stealing my vehicle! I am glad I took the police officer’s advice and had the Ravelco installed! Thank you so much for saving my vehicle." – Hugh Bishop, Dallas, Texas
a 2007 Ford F-350 with a leveling kit, rock star wheels and 35x12.50 BFG
mud terrain tires. My truck was almost stolen at my apartment in San Diego
but luckily I caught the guy. After that I did some research on alarm
systems and other antitheft devices when I came across your website. I
immediately called and had your system installed. Just last week I woke
up on Saturday morning opened my truck up and my key would not fit into
the ignition, sure enough the lock and the ignition had been tampered
with. The car thief was unable to start my truck, I guess he got discouraged
and left. The only thing that was missing is my GPS system which is only
worth $200, but they didn’t get my truck. I plugged the Ravelco
system back in and the truck fired right up and I didn’t even have
to use my key. For now the Ravelco system is my key. Thank you very much
and I would and have been recommending the Ravelco system to everyone
January, professional car thieves attempted to steal my 2000 Acura Integra
on a very busy Saturday afternoon at a very nice shopping mall. The car
was parked in the garage about 30 feet from one of the main entrances.
Security guards on bikes patrol this garage. From an anti-theft standpoint,
I was told that the 2000s have a chip in the key; therefore I cannot walk
into a hardware store and have extra keys made for the car. The car does
not have a remote lock/unlock feature. The detective said the theft attempt
was by professionals who would have known how to hot-wire the car and
that a shopper most likely scared them off. Another 15 seconds and the
car would have been gone. I dove into a research effort to see how to
protect the car in the future. The internet offered devices to thwart
every anti-theft gadget or system that I found. Equipment existed to bypass
every factory-installed anti-theft system. This equipment could be ordered
by make, model, and year of the vehicle. There are even ways to now thwart
the auto tracking systems. A county police officer told me if I wanted
to protect an Acura Integra, the only way to do it was to keep it locked
in a garage 24 hours a day. Then I found the Ravelco. It had a sterling
28-year history, had never been bypassed, and nothing existed on the internet
to thwart it. I even called the largest Chevy dealer in the country when
I read that they had been installing the device for 23 years. They swear
by it, as does their local law enforcement. By the end of January, Chuck
Whigham had installed the Ravelco on my car. In August, professional thieves
tried to steal the car again, this time twenty feet from my front door.
There were no shoppers to scare them away. The car would not budge because
of the Ravelco. It was like having my car's engine locked in the house.
The thieves gave up and left the car sitting where they found it. The
Ravelco has been worth its weight in gold to me.”
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