Have you been stopped by a cattle drive yet? I had to stop for a cattle drive several years ago driving back from Steamboat Springs.I drive through the mountains of Idaho and during spring on a daily basis its normal to see herds of about 20 elk left and right 100 yards from the highway every couple miles especially this time of year when they are coming down to graze at about 5k elevation. During the summer months I have to deal with the herds of antelope roaming the high country fields. Of course I really dont have to worry much about these wildlife they are smart enough to stay away from the road its the dumb deer I have to worry about even though there arent nearly as many. I lost count of how many times I have had to stop on the highway for deer in the road. Thankfully I have been able to avoid them each and everytime.
Mine went in with an estimate around 850, but the bumper cover turned into a replacement instead of just a refinish job, so I'm guessing I'm upwards of $1200 now, and mine was just a bumper cover and fog light. With the hood, grill parts, etc. and the extra assembly and paint time you'd be looking at, I'd guess you're around $3500.OK, the car is heading to the paint shop and I'll have it back next week. I know the total repair bill, any guesses based on the photo in the first post? The car was repaired at the selling dealership.