OKLAHOMA CITY - A local cable TV reality star is looking for his most-prized possession. It’s a 1955 Chevrolet 210, and it was stolen sometime either Wednesday night or early Thursday. 

James Goad is known for his role on the hit Discovery Channel Series “Street Outlaws” on Monday nights. Goad’s prized car, which he and buddies have been working on for eight years, was one of several items stolen from “B And R Performance” at 8600 S. I-35 Service Road.

Goad says of the 25 automobiles he owns, his $175,000 Chevy 210 is by far his favorite. 

“The only thing I hope is if they see this and whoever did it panics, and just goes and drops it in a parking lot. God, I hope they don’t burn that car, or do something stupid, cause like I said, it’s the only one like it,” he said. 

Oklahoma City Police are investigating.

Friday night, James Goad's wife told News 9's Steve Shaw that the 1955 Chevrolet has been located but no other details have been released at this time.