So the Audi's frame is bent
from the accident I had a couple of weeks ago. Just found out from my mech that in addition to being smashed, the underbelly is also bent, including the frame. I am debating on getting her fixed. I've already sunk so much into her already (new 02 sensors, tb, wp, serp belt, and so on) and would rather not have that go to waste, but I have heard that once the cars frame is bent, it never drives the same.
Has anyone here experienced a bent frame that's been fixed and recovered? It seems like a waste for all that work to be thrown away, but if the car isn't going to drive the same, I'm not sure if it's worth it.
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