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Old 27 Aug 2020, 04:18 pm
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I have read recently of PT Cruisers getting more scarce on the road all the time. I helped that a little along as I hit a deer today doing 65. Because of age and a fair amount of damage my 2005 Touring is totaled. At least I still have the 02, but I sure will miss that '05. It was in such good shape..It had a full.paint job just three months ago. 😞
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Old 27 Aug 2020, 07:23 pm
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Sorry for your loss...

Hope everyone was okay from the accident.
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Old 28 Aug 2020, 10:35 am
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To hell with valuation, I like the car. Twenty years ago I too had a 60 mph deer crash.
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Old 28 Aug 2020, 01:43 pm
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I hope your are okay and didn't suffer any injuries. And I am sorry that your PT is totaled. The good news is that there's many of them still out there for sale. For me, the long-term PT solution was to get a convertible for joy riding with my sweetie on sunny days. I know you have another PT. But to assure you always have one in the driveway, you might consider replacing yours with a vert. They are really cheap right now.
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Old 01 Sep 2020, 02:42 am
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Too bad to hear! Hope no one was hurt and the deer is able to recover.
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Old 02 Sep 2020, 06:12 pm
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Me: 1, unfortunately deer 0.
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