to the car. The passengers are both fine. Here's the details for those of you who missed it the first time.
Well the car is completely driveable. YAY (or maybe that's bad)
But it seems I did manage to mess it up a bit.
Okay this isn't my car (mine is grey), but I wanted to show you one so you would have a better idea of what I'm talking about.
See that last bit of the car between the front and rear tires? It's a bit of fiberglass panel that's just there for looks. The car's frame is right under the doors...level with the bumpers. Well I managed to get that part shoved up under the doors on the driver's side of the car...that was the part that was hitting the dirt when we stopped.
That panel is causing the the doors on the driver's side to not line up right and be more difficult to close...but they do close. So that's good.
We should probably have that fixed, but I doubt that we will since we can still drive it like that and who wants to bug the insurance anyway?
So now my car has even more damage to it making it look even worse.
In case you're keeping track... in 1998 I ran over a boulder and scraped that fiberglass panel on the passenger side and also dented the frame. two years ago, DH hit a deer and the pushed in bumper caused the driver's side fender to dent inward along with other small dents in the front of the car. And now this.
My car is looking more and more like an "old beater." I really do not like driving around town in an old beater. *pout*