A 1970 Plymouth muscle car worth $1.4 million was boosted from the home garage of nightlife impresario Steven Juliano in Pelham Manor, NY as reported by the Daily News: "the boosted Barracuda is a unique piece, pairing the muscle of a 425-horsepower Hemi engine with the feminine touch of its floral print vinyl top." Steven was behind Shadow nightclub at 29 West 28th Street, and reportedly the son of John Juliano who re-opened the Copacabana in Times Square. John's uncle was Alfred Miniaci according to the 2012 book Peppermint Twist: The Mob, the Music, and the Most Famous Dance Club of the '60s by Dick Cami and Joel Selvin. Alfred Miniaci was a Genovese loanshark registered to the Bum brothers according to FBI informants who financed child porn producer Robert DiBernardo, serial child rapist Salvatore Granello and gay bar operator Matthew Ianniello.
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