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Thread: Wrecked

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    clar2001
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    Wrecked T boned drivers side front.


    Pics will follow at a latter time.

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    Sorry for your loss. Car looked great.
    Robert
    79 L-82

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    Oh no.....sorry to hear that. Fixable? Your car is a beauty.

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    Real sorry to hear I hope you can fix it, AS I have said before yours is a beautiful Vette

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    Very sorry to hear, your car looked sweet. I don't think I could bear to look at any pictures.

    This just reinforces my decision to not drive mine on the street. You never know who's out there or what's coming. At least if I wreck on the track it'll be of my own accord.

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    Ugh. I hope it's fixable, too. Mine was hit a month ago; I've just now finally got through the fiasco with the jerks lieing to their insurance company about it and they're going to pay. Mine is fixable, fortunately.

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    That's really too bad. Like the others, I hope it's repairable.

    Tom

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    Sorry to hear. Hope that you were ok.

    Do we send flowers or a get well card?



    George

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    It must be particularly hard to swallow after all the time and effort you must have put into the car.

    It's hard to imagine now, but things will get better.

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    that really sucks ,so sorry to hear.
    LS1 is finished
    1973 vette electronblue,Ls1.Ls6 intake 3.70 gears,700r4 trans.nitrous,vbp spreader bar,360lb fiberglass spring and 460lb fronts springs.Rear flares ,17 inch boyd starburst and nitto nt450 tires,hooker sidepipes modified to fit Ls1
    http://rides.webshots.com/photo/2650...52841409SiwCXn

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    Ugg, so sorry! At least you made it through, unharmed I hope. Keep us posted on the progress; fix or find new one?

    Andy

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    Sorry man...that really blows. I'd hate to see another So Cal C3 bite the dust....I hope it's fixable.

    Matt

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    OUCH!!!!! Well, it doesn't look like it's TOO bad though, they didn't hit the tire/wheel did they? It definitely looks repairable at least!

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