The car was recovered by Garden Grove police detectives Wednesday morning.
"There's not even a mark," Slovick said. "It has a couple finger prints on it. That's about it. It's a good day. It's a really good day."
Having owned it since 1997, Slovick had invested $75,000 to restore it and said it is now worth $250,000.
Garden Grove detectives discovered that a similar trailer stolen in the last week was recovered in front of a, auto body shop on Westminster Avenue.
"Detectives went out to that business and conducted a business check," said Lt. Jeff Nightengale of the Garden Grove Police Department. "When they went inside they located the vehicle underneath some blankets, undamaged."
A suspect has been arrested and more may be arrested.
"This is like a fairy tale," Slovick said. "I guarantee you it will never be out in the street in a trailer again. I can promise you that."