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My WRX is at the body shop.

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#1 spanky_pete


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Posted 20 December 2004 - 05:48 PM

Well, my WRX took quite a beating from the wind storms we had a week ago. A metal car cover in our driveway broke loose and smashed down on the car. It dented a trim piece around a rear door and left a series of dents up and down the roofline. There were also smaller dents in one door and a fender. A couple of the dents were bad enough it broke all the paint off of the area. Everytime I looked it over I seemed to find a new dent or two. :banghead:

After a little bit of insurance co. hoop jumping, it went into the body shop on Friday. Received a call from the adjuster on Saturday, the estimate came back at just under 3,000 to fix everything. It's going to end up with almost a complete repaint just to make sure things match. Sure glad I only have a $500 deductable. :-\ At least I should get it back before New Years though.

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