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Really, really, really p*ssed

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Well, I had my Boxster for exactly 12 days before some jack-*** ran me off the icy road tonight here in Maryland. I touched the brakes, did a 180-ish, and slammed right into the high-side kerb.

I ended up staring at my Boxster, looking at the back wheels slammed right up against the wheel arch and with fluid pouring from the front.

It doesn't look good :(

Luckily, my insurance say I can take it to any shop. I wonder if this includes Porsche dealers ? I don't want any old body shop working on her.

Anyone have any ideas of a good shop (non-dealer) to take her to in the Frederick, MD area ?


Britkid (p*ssed)

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Sorry to hear about this. I was just hit from the rear while stopped at a red light, 6 months old 987 so I know how you feel. Good Luck! I found a fantastic body shop but it's located in NC. Just so you know, you can go to any body shop you choose. Also, some Porsche dealers do have their own body shop. Durham NC.

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Thanks for the responses everyone.

After the initial shock, I'm more positive now as I have hooked up with a guy who runs Zamoras body shops in Maryland and he seems to think that the damage isn't as bad as I thought it would be. It seems that she's on the road to recovery.

It's amazing how attached I got to the car in only 12 days......

Thanks again all.

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