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Old 10-11-2002, 12:34 AM   #21
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Ok, I can't see the driver'* side fender in your pics, but seeing very little damage to the headlight on that side, I'm assuming it'* ok? You're talking a new hood and passenger side fender, Maybe a new front bumper core and obviously a passenger side headlight. This new damage will NOT be added to the previous claim. They are 2 seperate issues. I don't see this as a total. I'm assuming no damage to the radiator? Maybe just a bent support bracket or two?
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Old 10-11-2002, 12:41 AM   #22
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Don't know. Can't get the hood open to look at the engine. Can't get the passenger door to open either. The driver'* side headlight is kinda smashed, but in better condition than the passenger side. I'll put in a pic.


I'm worried about the engine, since we can't get to it.
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Calm down......breathe.....in......out......in......out ........the damage to the hood appears mild enough to have not damaged the engine. Are you leaking coolant? If not, don't sweat! I don't think your dealing with a total here.

Feel better, Princess?
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The bumper doesn't look too bad. It'* hanging a little lower than it'* supposed to though. Mostly just hood and front grill and headlight damage. And whatever is in the engine. And the door.
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Hey, Amy! I just thought of something else........your starting problem might get fixed yet! You think about tossing it to YOUR insurance?
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Thanks sweetie. I'm breathing now. Nope, not leaking anything. Just worried about the baby in the driveway. So it can be fixed. Whew. I hope...I hope....oh yeah....breathing. Right. Thanks.
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Woo-hoo!!! I don't have to figure it out!!! I swear, it started stalling AFTER the deer!! Hahahaha!!! Thanks! Hadn't really thought of that.
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Glad you feel better.......I love your car too! Something about the color and our Ghetto Gold rims!
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Yup, it'* a lovely combination. Very classy. It'* a great car, I don't know what I'd do without it ( other than get another Bonneville) By the way....how did you get so many posts? Do you sleep?
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Shane feels bad enough. I think stripping the keys from him would destroy his ego. I don't think my car can take much more of him though. lol Do you suppose the deer thought he was training to be a reindeer? Santa'* going to be disappointed. That was wrong. Sorry.
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