Stolen car once owned by Amelia Earhart found in Los Angeles

A car belonging to aviation pioneer Amelia Earhart has been discovered after it was stolen from a car collection earlier last week. Pilot Earhart, who mysteriously disappeared over the Pacific Ocean in 1937, was asked to help promote the car back in 1932.

The vehicle in question is a stunning Hudson Essex Terraplane, one of only 14 models still known to exist. It's currently owned by collector Jim Somers, who told CBS Los Angeles he usually stores it in a secure trailer on an industrial complex.