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bin man was here

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bin man was here

Postby fujikun » Fri Apr 15, 2016 9:26 am

left my little eunos parked after nightshift, it was bin collection day, never thought to look but next day found this damage to my spoiler. i know it was the bin wagon reversing
but have know proof. there is no other damage so wasnt a van which is straight back and would have damaged the whole back end. pretty sure it was the bin lorry.
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Re: bin man was here

Postby Mazda Mender » Fri Apr 15, 2016 10:15 am

bas**rds
It can be repaired,,,i know everyone is thinking it.....but the pink roadster could do with some time with a puffer ;0)
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Re: bin man was here

Postby simes2000 » Fri Apr 15, 2016 10:17 am

My rear bumper was damaged the same way (although I think it was the front of the bin lorry caused the damage - something large, heavy flat and white - perfect description of a bin lorry front bumper around here), tried to get the council to pay for repair, but they refused to admit liability as I didn't have any proof. :evil:
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Re: bin man was here

Postby fujikun » Fri Apr 15, 2016 10:46 am

yes your right mm, i think i can fix it with a bit gorilla glue etc, the car needs painting, but underneath is sound, and engine too. it does need 1 new front wing which i have, but at present i am just using and enjoying it. i will get round to doing the paint one day promise.

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