[DML] Re: Parking lot collision advice?
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[DML] Re: Parking lot collision advice?



*Winces* Aww...man, I feel your pain. I've never had any kind of
moderate/serious damage to my D, but I had someone "key" my rear
quarter panel once on the driver's side...there was a nasty rust
streak going across the steel, but nothing a little elbow grease and
scotch brite pads didn't help. Why people would do things like that on
*purpose* is just plain mean! I could stand to take out a few
dime-sized dings in my DeLorean's body as well. Fascias/tail light
lenses are rather faded too.
-John
#10715, in need of a suspension tune-up but still alive and driving.

--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "jpalatinus" <jpalatinus@...> wrote:
>
> I just got back from a long day thought I would take the old D' to the
> grocery store.  Its my daily driver and stays outside in my condo
> parking lot.  I was getting ready to get in the car and I took a look
> at my windshield and see a little note saying, "I bumped your car,
> sorry".  Luckily she left a name and phone number.  I quickly grabbed
> my flashlight to assess the damage, and I almost cried, I couldn't
> believe all that could happen in a parking lot. the pics are present
> on the photoalbum "17167 vender bender"  She must have been driving a
> really low car too.   I don't know, its after midnight so I will call
> her tomorrow to work out the details.  I've never had to work with an
> insurance company before over the D, but My plan is to request the
> driver's insurace and make a claim to her insurance company.  I am
> sure they are going to try to have someone locally do something, and I
> worry that won't yield acceptable results.  I know classic body shops
> could paint the fascia and take out "dings" but there is a fair crease
> in the quater panel now.  If anyone else has had a simmilar incident
> or any advice regarding working with the insurance company to be sure
> it gets fixed properly, I would really like to hear it.  (e-mail me
> off list if you have a lot to say) jpalatinus@...
> Thanks
> 
> Joe P.
> VIN 17167 6808
>





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