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This photo provided by the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department shows a 1957 Chevy Bel Air that belongs to Dr. Phil’ McGraw that was reported stolen on Sunday. The Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department says in a news release that McGraw was driving the collector car when it broke down and was taken to the RODZ shop in Burbank. The car is worth at least $80,000 and was stolen Sunday night.

'Dr. Phil"s stolen vintage Chevy recovered

BURBANK, Calif. — Los Angeles police say they've recovered a stolen 1957 Chevrolet Bel Air Convertible that belongs to talk-show host Phil McGraw.

Detective Jess Corral said Tuesday that investigators recovered McGraw's vintage car, along with 13 others, after law enforcement began targeting auto theft rings.

McGraw is known as television's "Dr. Phil." His car was stolen from the RODZ shop in Burbank in August, and was found with minor damage.

The car is worth at least $80,000.

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