Woman’s ride, stolen three years ago, found totally pimped out

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More than three years after a Brooklyn teacher’s car was stolen, she finally got her ride back – totally pimped out.

Amanda Pogany’s once-humble white 1996 Honda Accord was returned to her drag-race ready, with a brand-new V-8 engine, tinted windows, oversized tires with special hubcaps – and custom valve stem caps shaped like bullet casings.

“When I first saw under the hood I thought it looked like, you know in the movie ‘Grease?’ Like the ‘Grease Lightning’ car,” said Pogany, 31, who lives in Prospect Heights.

The eighth-grade teacher was shocked when she picked up her long-lost vehicle in the Red Hook impound lot this month.

The previous “owner” souped up the Accord, putting in a manual transmission and leather interior and hanging a Dominican flag and a giant wooden cross from the rearview mirror.

Full story: Brooklyn teacher’s stolen car found during NYPD chop shop raid and returned in ‘Grease’ condition – NY Daily News