Got my car back.. no 56k

mild2wildaccord

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Lol, you guys are right. The accord I mean "hella l0w" because the kit and splitters make it sit almost on the ground. My hatch is tucking tires for daily.
 

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I'm not a fan of conversions but i do like seeing quality work, especially metal work (not fiberglass). I would be pissed if they finished it or not. It looks like a total hack job. They didn't seem to get a single area done right.

Good luck on the future, if it was me, i'd just go back to stock. Outside the quarter pannels (and i don't know had bad the radiator support is), it shouldn't cost all that much. Then hopefully pocket the cash, it looks like they may not even be able to pay you if you win.
 

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I have an insurance claim on the rear from someone hitting me so thats paid. Front end just needs hood, fenders, bumper, headlights and then repaint the whole car. It depends how much I get back after the case is over, if I get 15000 back or so. The bodyshop here who has done show cars around the eastcoast is going finish it for 5k me supplying parts and repaint. I want it to be IMMACULATE! If I get around just 5k after the case, i'm going part the aftermarket parts and put all the stock parts on.
 

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lol. I do which someone would steal it and take whatever parts they can. Maybe magically dissappear, Anyways I would mind building a car from the ground up. I built my hatch so this condition is no problem.
 

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Yeah I know, The is300 and soltice is my friends cars. The is300 he was suppost repair the front bumper and refiberglass, he just used bondo and it cracked again. The soltice he didn't use metal, just fiberglass and bondo. They both took their cars and left except the is300 paid $1500. I couldn't at the time because it wasn't road worthy or i'll get pulled over. Soltice has been redone by another shop and entered HIN orlando in great shape. Is300 just got worst because they paid 1500 for repair and its just went downhill. Other then that I didn't see any nice customers cars come out. The owner car he practiced on my car on conversion i'll admit looks nice. One my other friend's go up there to help do body work for them just to make himself money but doesn't want to get involved. He has a JDM front end INtegra also made it to HIN orlando but he did the work himself at his shop autoworld. That shop TNG is horrible and I have not seen a nice car come out. I regret taking it there.
 

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that is something else, props on trying to be different but iono about the bmw/accord haha, if you get 15000 back, why don't you just sell or part out what ever you can of your car and buy another one or something else and work on that
 
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