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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 02-14-2010, 06:29 PM Thread Starter
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Angry Wife's Cobalt Got Back into AGAIN -pics

So our neighbor came over today and said she needed to talk to me. We are all good neighbors so I knew it wasn't something we've done to piss them off or anything, and they are like 60-65.

At first I thought she just need us to feed her cat while they were gone or something. But then she seemed rather upset.

She said that she backed into my wifes car and put a dent in the front fender and apologized. I wasn't pissed off really, glad that she at least told us.

It turns out that she was backing out of her drive and she hit an icy patch and when she tired to stop she just kept sliding right into the cobalt. She's going to talk to her insurance company tomorrow.

Well it ends up that theres a nice size dent in the front passenger side fender and the door got scrapped.


The worst part is that 2 weeks ago we just got the car back from the body shop from someone else backing into the rear drivers side........... Now its back to the body shop....... LOL

Here are a few pics I took while I had her car in the garage changing the oil. I couldn't get a good angle on it with my bug project and all my tools in there........ LOL








Talk to you all later..........

Hopefully you had a better weekend then us...... LOL

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Damn man that sucks. At least your neighbor told you about it. Hopefully you can get everything taken care of!




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That car must have bad luck. jk but glad to see she admitted to it.

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Ain't ice grand...LoL!

It was nice of her to let you know...imagine how PO'd you be if you just saw it like that. Accidents happen...

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it's very nice of your neighbor to tell you, i hope your weekend goes better. all will be better in time =D

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man the same thing happened to my dads cadillac but he kept the money he got from the insurance and still hasnt fixed it...on his car it really isnt that noticable but it is just that the whole door needs replaced....any ways what im trying to say is look at the bright side, just keep the money for now and maybe buy a part from a salvage yard of the same color
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That byoutch...she left a clean spot
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