There are a few P5s at the pull apart, i am going to go when i have time and grab new panels.Ooof, the nice photos really offset the damage to the side!
Amazed that the glass didn't break as well. Glad to hear you're OK, that's the most important thing.
I reckon a slide hammer with those little weld on studs will pull most of the rear quarter straight again, the challenge will be the creased section by the tail light.
Otherwise rattle can black and full Mad Max style?
I need to see, how can you tell?LOVE this thread!
Those FD wheels look fantastic on the Protege. I was one of the first here to get them installed on my ES sedan. Unfortunately, for a street car, there are not enough tire choices to make them a viable option anymore. They should be great for a track wheel. Are those the older 'unreinforced' or the revised 'reinforced' version?
That torque curve looks great, too. Loosing the resonance chamber in the intake manifold probably doesn't hurt you as much as you might think, especially with that beautiful exhaust header.