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JFairman JFairman is offline
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Sorry to hear about this. Most important thing is your OK..
I hope you don't have neck pain in the future.

The car's unibody is compressed in the longitudinals and upper body sheet metal. It will have to go on a frame rack at a body shop that has the right jig and knows porsches and has experience fixing them. Then body work and paint.
There must be collision body shops that fix 911's that are banged up in track events and street accidents local to you.

It really sucks this happened expecially after you just fixed up a lot of things and had it painted.
Good luck with it all and keep us posted.
Old 12-03-2013, 07:24 PM
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