My error, guys. I got my info from a buddy that works for a huge insurance company in Alabama. I'll have to question him about this. Thanks.
FYI - I think everyone should look up THEIR life insurance company to see the requirements to get paid!!My error, guys. I got my info from a buddy that works for a huge insurance company in Alabama. I'll have to question him about this. Thanks.
Unless one or both of the penalties are a personal foul (15 yard penalty) for something such as helmet-to-helmet, face mask or late hit, I don't see the point in penalizing the player for a few plays. And then what if one penalty is only 5 yards and the other is 10 yards or more? How do you balance it out if both are to be assessed on the player(s)?This is about as random as you can get. This makes me mad among a few hundred other things.
I refer to football as college, I left pro football ( you know who) years ago. So when you have off-setting penalties the two teams suffer no affect. Unless one team say scores a TD or the other intercepts the ball but mostly nothing happens just play on it was just off setting. All other penalties carry punishment but not this one. So why can't both offending players sit out the next play or two or three? Just asking.
They're too deep to buff out, they're down to primer. I have a suspect, I think it's some drug-selling neighbors of mine that I reported to management.Is the scratch so deep that neither rubbing or polishing compound won't take it out, Rick? That's a crying shame. Wouldn't you like to know who did it and get your hands on them?
If they want to deal, they can do it somewhere else from where we all live. It began to get pretty obvious that something was "going on" especially when every day there was this endless line of their "customers" coming onto the property and either the female would come out to the parking lot, "talk" to them for a few minutes and then both parties part their ways. Or the "customer" would come up to their apartment and retrieve their "package" and I always wondered why their door mat was like this (corner turned up). And right out my patio door I can see all the strange vehicles come onto the property and all the strangers walking up to their apartment.Hmmmm, sounds intentional to me, then. I guess that's their way of "getting even" rather than face you man to man.
Battle scar. Yeah, you're probably going to have to either look in salvage yards or find someone who can restore it. Emblem, Badge, Insignia, Nameplate and Trim Restoration (at https://m.roadkillcustoms.com/emblem-badge-insignia-nameplate-restoration/ )Well, I never thought that I would have a car for so long that I couldn't get parts for it.
The insurance estimate to fix the keying damage is almost $1000
My insurance company has already paid me for their portion, and I would be out my deductible. That's all fine and dandy, but the Chrysler winged emblem and handle assembly needs to be replaced because it also got scratched during the vandalism. And that's all fine and dandy, but the part # the insurance company put on their estimate is no longer available, anywhere in the country!
I've been in touch with my body shop and told them to try and order the handle, but I bet they won't ever get it.
I've looked on ebay for some good used ones, but nothing available. I found one on ebay in Canada and it's a possibility, and it would have to be painted. I may have to make a trip to my local salvage yards to see what they have available.
I've owned this car for 14 years now, the longest I've ever owned a single vehicle, and It's served me well and is still in great condition. But now it's becoming an "antique" because of the lack of available parts.
Thanks for the links, but the first link appears to be best at restoring actual metal emblems, which would mostly be from older, vintage cars.Battle scar. Yeah, you're probably going to have to either look in salvage yards or find someone who can restore it. Emblem, Badge, Insignia, Nameplate and Trim Restoration (at https://m.roadkillcustoms.com/emblem-badge-insignia-nameplate-restoration/ )
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I have begun to dislike the newer HID headlights - especially the ones that are a pure white, almost blue lights. Many times it seems like they are the hi beams....or properly aim them, and not use bad/poorly designed aftermarket bulbs.