So... some bastard ran me me off the road, probably drunk as all hell and led me into a telephone pole. Working on restoring my 94 to the beauty she once was however might have to replace the subframe after spending around $500 on replacement rim, tire, inner tierod, axle and a fender from wisconsin (apparently there'* no bonnevilles one in SoCal) any suggestions the subframe is somewhat questionable will post pix soon
Well, stick around, contribute, and flag spammers when you can.
Still, let'* see the frame damage. In my years here, I've seen subframes are pretty resilient, or need a spot weld. And worst case, you can order a lightweight aluminum subframe and make your car a little lighter and faster… if you're into that.