- How viable is it to repair…
Im guessing that would need a new re-spray as well in that case. Damage underneath might not be that bad as it tends to be a large void in that area. Pics below. You can see how much it is pushed in by how much the tyres are exposed which are 220mm wide I think.Posted 6 years agofatalbertMember
This is my girlfriends car, it was parked outside her works and some daft bint drove into the back of it. It was a write off. I used to work in Auto Body Repair and was suprised with the outcome. The fact that your car is only a year old robbo1234biking I think it will be a repair job.
Posted 6 years ago
the side of a vehicle. A truck hit my car yesterday between the fuel filler flap and rear light cluster. The whole of that area of the side must of moved in about 200mm exposing the wheel. The bumper is all gone and the rear door wont open as the door shut is knackered (didnt damage the door itself). IT is a year old Mondeo with 45k on the clock. I think the panel will nee replacing but I cant see that being easy to do without removing the whole side of the car which then I dont think will be viablePosted 6 years ago
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