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punks damaged our 996


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well that newtous very nice 996 cab that was so clean

is now, not so clean.

my wife had to go to fl, her dad fell and was paralyzed from a neck injury and they did a emergnecy surgery, amazing is, he has some slight movement in arms and legs now (thank god)

but while there someone tried to break into her car, bummed, the stang had just got painted from a hit and run and we are selling it so she did not want to drive it to fl and back so she took the 996

they bent convertible top frame between the material and the metal frame above the window, I wish they had just busted the glass out, it would had been a easier repair and less damage.

they tried to get into it between the glass right at the top of dooor and quarter too, they gouged the dag gone paint trying to get something in there too

so not only did they bend some part of the convertible top frame, they ruined the factory paint and gouged the inside leather panel right rear section

funny thing is, there was nothing isnide the car excepot a small woodne cross my wife keeps around her mirror

I assume the alarm went off, but no one pays attention to them anyhow, not sure if it happend while she was at he hospital, or when it was at her dads house parked outside overnight

you cant have anything kept nice and use it

this is the downfall of driving one of these fine automobiles...............

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Sorry to hear about all that is going on with you right now. First off hopefully your wifes dad gets better that's always more important than a car! As for the car do you have full coverage? It sucks you have to pay for the deductible but hopefully its low enough to get your car fixed. I got rear ended years back and the body shop didn't fix the spare tire well which I would have never known about till I got rear ended again (people here in cali cant drive) and when brought to the insurances attention they are avoiding me and busting out 3 year past bs, etc. Im still trying to figure out what I can do to get it fixed. Besides the fact keep your head up and hopefully everything works out! Good luck with everything and prayers to your wifes dad on speedy recovery!

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