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Ravenfreak13

THE CURSE IS BACK

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This time, it was the sebring. We were driving to our neighbors family's house and everything was fine. We got to their street an in order for my mom to park in front of the house, she had to make a u turn. So she made the turn and all of a sudden, it felt like we had hit the curb, went onto it and then drove back onto the street. In actuality we hit a pile of broken cement that was left by the town in the street about 2.5 feet high. There is damage on the sheet metal below the front passenger door and the bottom corner of the bumper is scraped and a little deformed. PICS TO COME

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yep, a month and 3 days. we are filing a claim with the town since its their fault for not cleaning up a pile of broken concrete. it had been sitting there for more then 2 months so the town is going to pay for it. Tomarrow we are probably going to get estimates for repair.

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You know I hate to see any new car damaged, even a Chrysler. You might want to take a pic of the cement that damaged your car before the town sends out their Public Works crew and all your evidence vanishes. Just a thought. :yes:

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Ow, Raven, that's so uncool. Looks like a bumper cover R&I and repair, maybe a cracked fender liner or splash shield, and repair and refinish rocker panel. (Sorry to use your family's car for practice, gotta get back in the swing of things, going back to work tomorrow.)

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