You can read more about the story of this car from an article written by Paula Johanna Adamson in Autogeenius (unfortunately, in Estonian).

It wasn’t exactly what you call a fender-bender. We’ll let the pictures speak for themselves.

There wasn’t much to disassemble. Most of it came off with compressed air.


The scariest part was under the carpet.

It’s quite magnificient to think that there was still something left of the car, when keeping in mind that there was no primer used.


The driveshaft tunnel was the only thing which stayed to connect to front-end to rear-end.

A strip from the interior after sandblasting.

Some time later..

Chassis before primer.

A quick assembly and ready she is.



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