Mustang rear ended

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Sorry man, good luck with the hunt for a new one.
 

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That's the only way I would do it too. Slacking because I don't want to play the "hide the wire" game just yet.
i put one in my explorer a few weeks ago....wires are just hanging.
may just buy another one for the stang. Just hate pulling the plastic trim pieces off. I know something will break.
 

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I had to sue my insurance co for a $6000 Audi that got totaled and they wanted to give me 2k. Judge gave me $5800. Represented myself and brought all my comps and info. This is when I was 18.
 
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Ouch, did they total it?
If so, that will hit auction be bought, fixed and back on a lot in 2-3 months.
They did, If the buy back price isn't to high I'm gonna buy it back and sell it to a guy that is gonna part the car, get a few extra grand and use It to a new one.
 

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There is no possible way to straighten UHSS and AHSS rails there is permanent fatigue lost 50 % + of their strength.

Basically the need to be removed and replaced with new ones per Ford approved repair procedures.

The car is a functional write off.
 
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