No can do Web, I think that I saw a > pit walking around in the back so I had to boogie out of there LOLWeb Raven said:
One of these days... my luck will change. If I could just locate the fourth piece of the trim ring that broke in my Acadia, I'd glue the sucker back together and be content with that. Until then, I shall pursue every junked Acadia that gets posted on this forum. ;DIrish said:
Since the damage is lower on the car than if it had taken a hit from another vehicle, you think it's a hit on the ARMCO then into the median to add the mud? I'd go with that.bonk1313 said:I am guessing that is jersey wall damage. Just my guess
But then it looks like it went offroading because of the mud on the lower fascia, and the mud puddle under the front of it.
The pass side was scratch free, my guess would be that this is the work of a guard rail or median of some sort ???Blue_2009_SLT2 said:While we're reconstructing, I'd like to see the passenger side of it. Usually on an offset crash it will rotate and hit the other vehicle or the fixed object with the opposite side.
Wall/barrier theory is good at this point since there is no apparent paint transfer from another vehicle on that beautiful blue paint.
6, how about calling CSI? We need some evidence! ;D