It's been sub 15°F here for the past week or two, the last couple days it's been around -9°F. So, the car has been cold, but never misses a beat.
Anyway, after blowing my 12" of snow off the driveway I get in the car to back out the driveway and because I'm kinda dumb, I let the front pass wheel fall off the curb which caused my frozen front fascia to hit the top of the curb at a high rate of speed. The plastic carnage was quite impressive and if it were not for the pain in my gut and fighting the urge to cry I may have laughed.
Now, I have a big hole under my foglight with a crack wrapping the light. I haven't looked to see if there are any parts broken under the fascia itself. The foglight appears to be cracked as well.
Does anyone have any recomendations or advice on repair. The car has 103K miles on it and a rock dent/chip on one fender so I was planning on having the whole nose stripped and repainted. I was going to get a new front fascia from BMW as the odds of finding a good one from an auto recycler are low. I was also going to get new fogs and any other part that is broken.
So beyond that, are there any other recomendations.
Oh, I'll get pics up in the next couple days.