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Wife sitting at stop sign ,another lady comes up over the hill & plows into her SSR.(back end) Any items we should keep in mind. Are there speciality adjusters who should estimate damage. Pushed her brand new Corsa track exhaust in on one side. Would a custom hot rod shop be a good choice for repair. Input greatly appreciated ASAP. Thanks, :(
 

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Oh My goodness. I guess your wife wasn't hurt,? except her feelings. My suggestion is to find the best shop or dealer, Depending on what your insurance company requires. My dealer has one of the best rated shops according to our insurance co. I hope you get it all worked out.
 

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Hopefully There Isn't Too Much Damage In The Back. If It's Just A Cover And Exhaust Your Lucky. They Should Replace The Exhaust At Least Up To The Cat, Not Likely That The Pipes Are Clamped Behind The Muffler, Most Are Welded. Dependant On The Amount Of Damage To The Rear, Be Sure To Check The Frame With Tram Gages (or Lazer Measuring If They Have It) To Ensure No Damage There (dip, Sway, Or Twisting).

Hope All Works Out For You.
 

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When I had my introduction to a wayward railroad tie - I took it right back to my dealer - who's body shop, etc was an approved site for my insurance company. When they gave it back fixed, they provided a statement that it have been brought back into Chevrolet standards. Made me feel better. Not too sure about the exhaust system, though. Good luck
 

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I doubt any can do as good a job as my dealer, especially my man John Bowen in Priority Body Shop in Chesapeake. He is awesome. THe advantage is that most of the dealerships have the manual and most bodyshops don't.
 
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