It has been in Tanner Frkovich’s family for decades but when he left Woodcreek High School in Roseville, there was no mustang in sight.
“I looked down and I saw glass next to his car and I just knew. I was just in shock,” said Frkovich.
The red ‘65 GT Mustang fastback Is worth about $30,000, but its value to the family is much more.
“It is a great first car but it means more to my grandpa and my mom. She got it after college when she graduated in ‘84,” said Frkovich.
After years of restoring the car, Tanner’s grandfather gave it to his mother as a gift.
It hadn’t been driven since the 1990’s until it was recently fixed for Tanner.
“When you roll around in a mustang everyone notices you. It’s nice,” said Frkovich.
Now the family just waits in hopes they’ll one day see the precious momentous one again.
If you have any idea where the Mustang could be you are urged to contact Roseville police or Kim Frkovich at (916) 532-1157.
Report filed by Luana Munoz.