alright just got home and surveyed the damage a little more. It'* nothing major to the car. But myself is another story.. It just really freaked me out and scared me out of driving in the snow totally. It definately wasn't a great feeling.. I can tell ya that much. It was just bad having that helpless feeling as your car is flying backwards at 35 MPH right toward some trees. I don't even remember what happened or how I missed the trees I just remember yelling "oh my god" with my foot pressed down on the brake as hard as I could as soon as the car slide sideways, and then totally backward. I only happened to hit a few low hanging branches by the grace of god I presume and a fence post maybe? I immediately pulled into someone'* driveway trying to put together what just happened.
The bad vibration turned out to be snow packed into one of the wheels. apparently it was packed in their good enough that the wheel was way out of balance and it made the rear end hop. I couldn't see all the packed in snow because the stock rims are pretty much enclosed so you can't see what'* behind them for the most part.
and now for the pictures:
I think this is damage from maybe a fence post pressing into the plastic fascia?
A dent in the chrome wheel well trim
The tires.. maybe this is the culprit? I might get some new tires. I hope that'* it..