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Looks more like the garage door took more of the punishment. But being a Porsche that will be a hefty fee to get the paint fixed. I would say why would you let your son play around in your 180k dollar car without you there? I would say its the dads fault, when I have a kid and a 180k dollar car (HAHA) they would not be playing around inside of it, inside a garage. Chaulk one up to a dumb a$$ dad.
Relax, all right? My old man is a television repairman, he's got this ultimate set of tools. I can fix it.
My son is now 23 yrs old. While I don't have a $186,000 Porsche, I did get the RX8 when he was 17. The author handled the situation correctly. He had to yell at the kid. That is to be expected. But, it was an accident. The kid didn't intend to drive the car. That's why we have insurance, to cover accidents.
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Rotary History:1982 RX7 GS, 1985 RX7 GSL-SE, 2004 RX8 Sport-Continuous Rotary Owner since 1985
Racing History:SCCA Solo II 1979-1986, Skip Barber Comp School 1983, SCCA Club Racing 1987-1993, 2004-2011 Track Days