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Better living through ZHP
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My first day on a temp assignment in Eugene, OR, my car got keyed - actual looks more like a knife or razor cut. Two cuts, driver's side front to rear, to the metal. P%ssed? Yeah!:mad:

Insurance will take care of it with a small deductible but I'm not going to do it until I'm done with this assignment. The car was parked just off the street in the area of Roosevelt Blvd and Hwy 99W. It's a tough area, in fact one of my co-workers used to buy his meth and other poisons around there. And no, there's not much choice of where to park - maybe a bit more off the street.

So, what should I do? Use this as an excuse to buy a cheap e30 or e21 as a commuter car that I can use as a track car? Just rent a POS while the car's in the shop? And should I try to protect the sheetmetal by going over it with touch up paint?
 

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I do'nt make mistakes.
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If you have to park in bad neighborhood, get a POS.
 

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Casey!
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Get yourself an old Corolla.
 
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