Have you already had a quote of £6000 for the damage?
From what I can see it looks as if a new bonnet, bumper and offside (or is it nearside - I always get them confused) front panel and it would look as right as rain. Is there damage behind the panels to the engine etc?
man..........feel sorry for u.....but i do think its close to £6000 damage
from what i can see......
new wheel maybe wishbone too
inner wing coz it looks like its been pushed in
chassic might be bent
( if im right......turbo and induction are in the left handside ) might get some damage from the inner wing being pushed in
cross member ( u know.....that thing which looks like a long bar in front of the car behine the bumber........IF a skyline has one....coz scoob does )
steering might be out of line....
chamber and toe angle will need to be done
and er.........OH! new paint!
but...........i can be wrong
reason for all my loada crap above coz when my bro crashed the Scoob it only looked like a new bumber, fog lights and head lights and a front radiator......but.....it wasnt and it cost him 4k for fixing it
The wheel thats bent is actually pushed back about 10inches out of line and actually presses against the innerwing stopping the wheel rotating. The track Rod arm is a perect `L` shape instead of being straight. Basically the wheel took the whole impact. The wheel turns out now with the steering wheel straight.
I`ve been told by all the tuners etc... that the damage will be to subframe, all suspension components,front cross member. Also the front bumper is £600+VAT and the rest of the parts come to £3500 excluding the wheel and tyre. Labour is about £2000.
Theres nothing worse than seeing a skyline thats been thumped, i sholud know mines been hit on the passenger door and the looks you get change from a skyline to ouch!!!
Have you had any news on the repairs yet as i am trying to find a place to get panels for mine(nearside as well) ive been quoted £500 for a door, £300 for a wing and £120 for a sill plus nerly £300 import duty. Just waiting to hear from my local nissan dealer