Dr. Phil's '57 Chevy stolen from repair shop

Aug. 28, 2012 at 12:40 PM ET

Dr. Phil suffered a huge blow on Monday. The TV psychologist, 61, is short one classic car after his 1957 Chevrolet convertible was stolen from a Burbank, Calif. auto repair shop.

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Dr. Phil was spotted with the top down on his classic '57 Chevy convertible on Aug. 3. The car was later stolen from a repair shop.

TMZ reports that the star and classic car collector (full name: Phillip McGraw) had been attempting to start the beloved vehicle, suffering transmission problems, at his Beverly Hills home. He finally had the car transported via flatbed to the repair shop.

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Hours later, the shop informed McGraw that the convertible, worth $100,000, had been stolen. Law enforcement sources told TMZ that the thiefs smashed a roll-up door at the repair shop in order to swipe the classic car.

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Dr. Phil has yet to comment on the theft.

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