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07-14-2012 09:33 PM
MyThIc3LiTe Now I just need insurance to get it all in order and proceed.

Which sucks because even if I can get the exact same car it just won't be the same.
07-14-2012 08:49 PM
Quantos Even if the rest had been fine, frame damage often means the car will be written off, as it's just not really fixable. The van for instance, might be written off as well, I wouldn't be surprised.
07-14-2012 04:42 PM
MyThIc3LiTe
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"Wrote off" as in Totaled, not fixable, insurance company compensates you with the purchase price of the car? I didn't think there was that much damage.
17 grand to fix.

Fenders, hood, bumper, active shutters, headlights, radiator, engine and transmission.

If that wasn't enough for them to say no to fixing it, frame damage too.

New cars are easy to kill. Fwd more so since it's all in the front, every single vital component right there.
07-14-2012 04:24 PM
BigDandthegirls
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Originally Posted by sprcoop View Post
"Wrote off" as in Totaled, not fixable, insurance company compensates you with the purchase price of the car? I didn't think there was that much damage.
Unibody looked bent to me, that will do it everytime.
07-14-2012 03:25 PM
sprcoop
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Originally Posted by MyThIc3LiTe View Post
Just a small update.

They wrote off the car today.

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"Wrote off" as in Totaled, not fixable, insurance company compensates you with the purchase price of the car? I didn't think there was that much damage.
07-13-2012 03:49 PM
MyThIc3LiTe
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I'm sorry Man... I know the feeling... I had my SVT eight months and got hit by a drunk driver. Insurance paid it off but that did not replace it :(
The replacement, whatever it is, will never feel the same.

I'm very sad.
07-13-2012 03:29 PM
Sonic_HedgeHog I'm sorry Man... I know the feeling... I had my SVT eight months and got hit by a drunk driver. Insurance paid it off but that did not replace it :(
07-13-2012 02:26 PM
MyThIc3LiTe
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ST time?
Meet the person that caused this misery, and if I had done wrong I'd honestly share the blame too, and kill him.

Then get insurance to sort it out and send all the money they would be giving me to the dealer so that I can indeed have some ST time.

Right now I'm just pissed.
07-13-2012 02:19 PM
darkangelism
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Originally Posted by MyThIc3LiTe View Post
Just a small update.

They wrote off the car today.

.
ST time?
07-13-2012 02:10 PM
MyThIc3LiTe Just a small update.

They wrote off the car today.

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