Discussion in 'Fiesta ST Chat and Discussion' started by slimspidey, Nov 17, 2014.

  1. slimspidey

    slimspidey New Member

    Well it was a fun ride while it lasted. As much as I love this car I am hoping it is totaled, cause if it is fixed it will never ride the same and the trade in value will take a HUGE hit.

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  3. Applejack

    Applejack Active Member

    Poor Bambi!
  4. slimspidey

    slimspidey New Member

    Bambi can suck it! Poor ST!
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  5. Applejack

    Applejack Active Member

    Did you at least take the deer to a butcher for some tasty venison sausage?
  6. Steve@Tasca

    Steve@Tasca Fiesta ST Network Sponsor

    I doubt that's totaled, I also don't see any reason why it couldn't be fixed as good as new. A decent body shop can fix much more severe damage than that and you would never know.

  7. LuvfiestaST

    LuvfiestaST Active Member

  8. Firesail

    Firesail Active Member

  9. stealth fighter

    stealth fighter New Member

    You can get your insurance company to compensate you for the depreciation if you ask. From what I've heard it amounts to filling out an additional form, but they don't offer... you have to ask!
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  10. Tokendog

    Tokendog Member

    Yeah, I'd be surprised if that is totaled. I've had far worse damage be fully repaired pretty much back to new (aside from squealing belts on one of the cars). New hood, new passenger fender panel, cut and weld the front passenger support beam, etc. it's all doable and you'd probably never be able to tell. One of my cars had the tire tummy tucked in to the engine bay, a much bigger hit than that on your Fiesta, and it was repaired beautifully - no one but me even knew it had ever been in an accident.

    On the other hand, I can definitely understand wanting to start fresh rather than driving around in a car that has been in an accident. I hope it works out for the best!
  11. Sil3nt611

    Sil3nt611 Active Member

    With that damage I'd be more worried about the body shop being able to color match the molten orange than them being able to fix that damage. As long as there's no underlying damage that is completely fixable without totaling the car.
  12. Applejack

    Applejack Active Member

    I guess no one likes sausage.
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  13. rcl4668

    rcl4668 Active Member

    Bummer. So sorry.

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