Jessica Barton is a swimsuit model and exotic dancer who has been known for her role in the B-movie “Zombies! Zombies! Zombies!” Her off-screen exploits most notably center around her modified 1994 Toyota Supra, which was reported stolen between 10pm and 4am last Wednesday. Based on Waterford, FL, the custom Toyota coupe put out 1,160 horsepower via twin-turbochargers and nitrous. With a quarter-mile time of just 8.64 seconds, it toasted Lamborghinis and GT-Rs at the most recent Texas Mile competition. That Supra has now been found in pieces.
When the car was stolen, Barton took to the internet, offering a $5,000 reward for its return. Yesterday, she posted the awful news on Instagram, that her car had been chopped to pieces, and all the valuable bits removed. The comment on the photo: “Someones gonna (expletive deleted) die!” We share your sentiment, Jessica.
According to Yahoo! Autos, recent auto thefts in FL have declined, though they have been more focused custom rides for the combination of expensive parts and lack of anti-theft devices. Barton also stated that it took eight years to put this car together, and that building a new one would be too painful. We feel ya on that too, but you may just have to crank out another gem like “Zombies! Zombies! Zombies!” to fund the build of another car.
Source: Yahoo! Autos
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