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Fiero and Tree = Bad day. (Pic Attached) by Tweeter
Started on: 11-23-2012 04:55 PM
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1st 'that'll buff right out'

Start pulling body panels and checking on the frame. The gaps around the door look good on the tow truck, maybe it'll be minor frame portions to replace.
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Don't worry, we'll fix this. My dad's a TV repairman. He's got the ultimate set of tools.
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That's the main reason I don't drive my Fiero through the forrest.


Seriously, sorry about your car, that blue fastback looked clean!
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Impact was around 30 MPH.
Insurance wants to get an estimate on repair cost from an "approved body shop" . Then I'm sure i'll have to fight the insurance company to let me keep/repair it.
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Originally posted by Tweeter:

Impact was around 30 MPH.
Insurance wants to get an estimate on repair cost from an "approved body shop" . Then I'm sure i'll have to fight the insurance company to let me keep/repair it.


Does not have to be an "approved body shop", you can take it to the shop of your choice. Don't let them tell you otherwise.

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Message from the trees “there are no skiing accidents”!

Good thing you were driving.

I hope you can get it repaired.
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Originally posted by 1988holleyformula:

That's the main reason I don't drive my Fiero through the forrest.


Seriously, sorry about your car, that blue fastback looked clean!


Hahaha I had a good chuckle

Sorry to see , I had a similar experience- just ass end in! Glad to have you in the club

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first i would like to say sorry about your car..... it really sucks to see that happen. next i would like to tell you had you stayed at a holiday inn the night before this might not have happened. also i would like to share with you a funny edit of your crash to lighten the mood. you car wasnt to happy it seems either



which ironiclly he looks like cabbie from who framed roger rabbit.

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So sorry to see this! I hope you are able to get it repaired!!

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Does not have to be an "approved body shop", you can take it to the shop of your choice. Don't let them tell you otherwise.


Maybe not in his country
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Looks like you"ll need a Norm's front nose.

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That should buff right out!

Edit: whoops! Missed the one up farther. Think of this as an upgrade opportunity!

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Glad you're okay.

Buy the car back from the insurance company if they total it, then get a less attractive fiero notchback and swap the gt onto it. Perhaps you'll have enough left to paint it.
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Hahaha I had a good chuckle

Sorry to see , I had a similar experience- just ass end in! Glad to have you in the club





X 2 I lol as soon as I seem that post. Sorry for your car, I did the same thing in the past and it all worked out.

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you can probably fix it.... The insurance company is going to total it out... no doubts there.

What you could do to try to save it and let a shop fix it is supply as many parts as you can, such as bumpers, trim, etc... because the shop will typically charge crazy money for parts like that.
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That's totally a fixer. It looks bad, but it also looks like the impact honeycomb did its job as did the impact bar. I suspect once the fascia, fenders and hood are removed it'll not be too terrible at all. Let's just hope the approved body shop aren't chimpanzees and are just as optimistic.
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Originally posted by Tweeter:

Impact was around 30 MPH.


 
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It looks bad, but it also looks like the impact honeycomb did its job as did the impact bar.


Geez, I dunno about that. I kind of doubt the "disposable" stuff would absorb all the impact from a collision at that speed.

I hope you're right though as trying to repair/replace a Fiero over in Europe must be awfully difficult.

What a shame, looked like a nice car.
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This sucks man. Everytime I'm in K-town I hope to run into you. I guess not now.

If you want another fiero, I'd consider selling mine. But I was scheduled to ship it on Wed. I'm in Frankfurt for the rest of the weekend if you're interested.

Who's your insurance Co?

if you're interested, feel free to call. 016091-93-7206

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Does not have to be an "approved body shop", you can take it to the shop of your choice. Don't let them tell you otherwise.


You haven't had the pleasure of dealing with insurance out side the US. You don't do anything without THEIR permission. US insurance is a joke compared to the strong-arm tactics overseas. Mod/alter your car w/o getting the OK from the insurance and they'll drop you, report you, and then make it VERY difficult for you to get insurance elsewhere. Its NUTS. Luckily, we have USAA and didn't have to deal with that nonsense.
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If I'm not mistaken, Tweeter is military and covered under SOFA. I have USAA as well.

Was the car taken to a place on post?
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I would say front radiator braces and cross member support will need to be replaced it not dead, its just a flesh wound.
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Look at the good side; Fiero and tree= good day as the owner walked away. The outcome might be far different if you were driving a VW, Smart or Mini-Cooper.

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At least you killed the tree.
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That's the main reason I don't drive my Fiero through the forrest.



Sorry about the car man but that comment literally made me lol

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KissMySSFiero - Yes I have USAA.

Niterrorz - The wife saw the same image (a sad Fiero)

KissMySSFiero - I'll talk to the wife about your Fiero.

Its a local body shop right off Ramstein (funny i was talking to the owner and showing him pictures last week)

I'm thinking If i cant find parts I'll band-aid it back together & ship it back to the states to sit till i return from my Germany Tour..
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Originally posted by KissMySSFiero:

This sucks man. Everytime I'm in K-town I hope to run into you. I guess not now.




I saw a GT in the KMC parking lot twice in the last month was that yours? Everytime i make it over to leave a note its gone. The wife saw it last week?

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Im thinking F355 Nose

Also im searching the forums for a few detailed photo of the front of a fiero with panels/hood/nose removed.
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Does not have to be an "approved body shop", you can take it to the shop of your choice. Don't let them tell you otherwise.


Depends on your company and the fine print in your policy, and maybe whether you can pull some social engineering to get your agent's sympathy. Auto insurance in some places is getting as bad as HMO's. Not sure about Germany.

Good luck with this whole ordeal.
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That's the main reason I don't drive my Fiero through the forrest.



Yeah, those "forrest" trees have a tendancy to just jump right out in front of you. They're not too bright.
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Geez, I dunno about that. I kind of doubt the "disposable" stuff would absorb all the impact from a collision at that speed.

I hope you're right though as trying to repair/replace a Fiero over in Europe must be awfully difficult.

What a shame, looked like a nice car.


Oh it won't have absorbed ALL of it, but enough that it won't be severe structural damage. Hell I'm restoring an '86 that has more damage than that, it's just what you do when you're not somewhere easy for spares
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Also im searching the forums for a few detailed photo of the front of a fiero with panels/hood/nose removed.








I have a stripped down parts car that I can take close-ups of various areas as well. Just let me know what you need.

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I have a stripped down parts car that I can take close-ups of various areas as well. Just let me know what you need.


Thank You Bloozberry
Pictures help alot gives me an idea what ill have to replace/repair.

Ill attach some more photos I took today


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OWWEEE!!!!!

Glad you're ok.

looks like the front marker lights are still good, thank god!

I'm so happy to know even though a fiero gets pretty much recked people like you are out there saying "it'll get fixed" instead of just throwing it out for scrap or parting it out.

Kudos to you!!!
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Front part of the tub looks to be bent in which means the side rails are pulled in. You could cut out, straighten the sides and replace or build a new front end but would the overall car be straight even after all that work.
Fixable? Probably, if you are dedicated enough. Cost effective? Not really!
And if you ever sell it, could you do so with a clear conscience given that even if you reveal the accident to the buyer, who's to say they don't simply sell it on without doing so to the next buyer.
Personally I'd say be thankful you walked away from it, part the car out and use the $ (or Deutschmarks) towards another.

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It looks totaled to me.
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I guess it would also depend on the Value of the Fiero in your part of the world. Here in Canada that would be totaled however if these cars are worth let's say 20k in your neck of the woods maybe your insurance will see things differently.

I'm glad you pulled through, hopefully that Fiero will be resurrected, if not good luck searching for a replacement. I'm sure it must be pretty rare in your area!
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Second pic from the top... Isn't the rear of the hood suppose to lock in place during a crash and buckle in the middle? With a bit more speed this looks like a potential decapitation in progress.

Hope you find the parts to keep it on the road.

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Don't destroy a notch back. Heck those are going to be rarer than the fast back in a couple of years.I agree with those who say get a different front. Beyond that I agree with those that say look into different front end options. There must be something you've looked at and wanted but held off.
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