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Old 01-15-2013, 12:15 PM
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Mein Auto: 2000 M Coupe
2000 m coupe totaled?

I believe I totaled my car last night. Spun out in the rain and slammed a cement barrier at about 60 mph. I suspect rear axles broken, at least three of the wheels are and tires demolished, drivers quarter, drivers fender, rear bumper cover all damaged beyond repair. Drivers side airbag deployed, and I suspect frame damage. My question is, and i'm fairly certain I know the answer already, based on the damages, and the lack of available parts, does it sound like a total loss? Granted each state has their own criteria, I feel and pray it's totaled as I do not want a repaired m. Thanks, Mark
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