I'll try to keep this as simple as I can. My son has a 2003 Mazda Speed Protege Turbo 2003.5. A truck pulled out in front of him and damaged the front driver side of the car. A mechanic looked at it and found that the frame has been bent and pushed in 2 inches. The total cost, according to the
<br/> mechanic to fix everything is over $10,000. The other persons insurance company says they can do it for roughly $8000 and unbend the frame. My question is whether this (frame unbending) will work for a frame that has been pushed in 2 inches and will the car ever drive the same. Especially with such a badly bent frame. I was told (by the other insurance company) that the Mazda has a "double" frame type structure and because of this the frame is fixable. I have heard from many people who have had
<br/> a simular problem that their front ends were never the same.