- Jan 24, 2008
That doesn't mean he had to, and no reply from the OP why he actually did.Guys, he called a tow truck,
If you look at the picture, fender liner was pushed into the tire. It was rubbing bad.That doesn't mean he had to, and no reply from the OP why he actually did.
It is a metallic color.Guys, he called a tow truck, this won't turn into a DIY repair.
Is that a non-metallic color? If so, should be hard to screw that job up for any decent body shop.
Not sure if joke or Bitog version of Nostradamus, but you're 6 bucks off.It's going to be $8,342.
$8348 to be exact. Car's still at the body shop.If using Ins cost parameters I don't see under $7500. Interested to hear the answer. Glad you didn't get injured and cool beans the arrogant bear with an attitude made it as well.
Insurance company wanted to use aftermarket fender and plastics on it. I refused, agreed to pay the difference of $400 for all Audi/vw/oem parts.I’d avoid an aftermarket fender. In fact, I’d fix that fender before ever using an Aftermarket one
$8348 to be exact. Car's still at the body shop.
That's my standard answer to anything involving a number. I knew eventually it would work and I guess now is eventually. My other standard answer is Boise, Idaho. No clue why, just those two are my go to. But we'll say I'm the estimate whisperer.Not sure if joke or Bitog version of Nostradamus, but you're 6 bucks off.
Thanks for the positive outlook. It's sure been a battle with the insurance company. I'll keep people updated when it's done.Thanks for posting the update. Phew! Hope it comes out to your satisfaction and you can safely enjoy the rest of the vehicle's life.