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post #1 of 15 Old 11-05-2014, 01:35 PM Thread Starter
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Crashed the MKC!

Ok, so this wasn't me. Hopefully it was not anyone on the forum.

I think these are the first photos of a crashed MKC.

https://www.iaai.com/Vehicles/Vehicl...oadRecent=True



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Nooooooo!!!
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post #3 of 15 Old 11-05-2014, 09:27 PM
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Ouch !
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Looks like a,fairly low speed bump. Just shy of a,nasty 'fender vender' ( of course bendable metal fenders have been gone for decades). I say 'slow' as around 15-20 mph stuff begins to fall off and crush zones begin to do their stuff in a big way
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It is sad for the car but the good news is that it actually held up really well safety wise. I would be surprised if anyone got hurt.



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Looks like it held up well, but that MKC is a write-off. Looks like it shifted the frame a decent amount.

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Looks like someone was texting
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that's gotta hurt
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Ouch! reparable but they are looking at a cool $15,000 to $20,000, north of the cabin has to be changed,doubt there is irreparable damage to the sub frame...the cab frame is hopeful NOT a unibody or it's done! probably new rad, epac steering, tie rods, control arms, knuckes all that would probably have to be replaced....

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