Stolen 1964 Chevy Malibu from Pulp Ficton Found by Police
The car belonged to director Quentin Tarantino and was stolen in 1994, the same year the movie came out. California deputy Carlos Arrieta noticed two men stripping an old Malibu convertible in Victorsville, CA.
Despite one man claiming the car belonged to him since the 70s, Arreta followed his hunch and checked the vehicle's identification number only to discover it belonged to another car in the city of Oakland.
The current owner of the car is reportedly not involved in the theft of the movie Malibu back in 1994 and is considered a fraud victim.
Below, you will find a short movie clip which best portrays what Vincent Vega would have done about this if he was real.
Story via independent.co.uk