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#1 Posted : 13 September 2020 19:56:10

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Well since a nice kind lady decided to drive into my wife, whilst stationary in a line of traffic at a roundabout and Wright our car off



(May not look like to much damage but was 5 grands worth of damage)

So now we have a new car.





It's a titanium 19 plate close to 13 grand only 7100 on the clock.

Pick it up next Sunday.
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#2 Posted : 14 September 2020 16:58:36
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It’s insane how much body repairs are costing these days! The new wheels look sweet though!
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#3 Posted : 14 September 2020 18:36:34

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It's very annoying when these things happen but sounds as if nobody was hurt...apart from in the wallet!!
I used to be involved in the motor industry and it's surprising how much damage can transmit through the floor pan/chassis with an accident like this. We once had a Fiat in the workshops that had been bumped on the nearside rear quarter, almost on the rear lamp cluster. Damage was discovered on the offside front of the car because of that.
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