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worked at an assembly plant many years. One employee managed to go throught the gate with a 'demo' plate we used for random QC tests. totally got away with it. Had it in his garage a couple years then tried to sell it. Busted. Shoulda parted it out maybe. or just not stole it to begin with lol.
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I guess they're easy to steal for someone who's had access to the key fobs at some point,
keys are left in them ... how does one manage over 1000 new keys a day?

at least thats what our production numbers used to be - 1300 pickups a day. 3 shifts
 

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keys are left in them ... how does one manage over 1000 new keys a day?

at least thats what our production numbers used to be - 1300 pickups a day. 3 shifts
I would assume the same way one manages 1,000 cars a day. But managing them isn't really what I was getting at. Recording digital data from 4 GT500 fobs could easily be done.
 

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I was thinking the same thing.

Good thoughts..good thoughts.

I wonder if they will know what VINS were taken.
Being that they were built at the plant , there is a good chance they know the VIN numbers, just saying. Can you say, "Inside job boys and girls"?
 
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