Thanx for the sentiments, guys. The car was really damaged badly in the front. The right side hit the opposite wall and the whole steering box assembly broke off. Body parts are a problem and it would have cost more to get it from overseas than what the insurance paid me. You don't get reliable and proper panel beaters anymore. We call these shops panel fitters these days.
Any way, I did not have to pay in too much for my new car. It sometimes is not worth it going thru all the trouble with after care from the panel beater shop.
That nice looking engine is a stock plastic cover like they do with all the new cars these days. The front bar and sidebars are local stuff made of stainless steel.
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