Prefers non-orange cars
'18 and '19 Crosstrek Limiteds
Yikes! Apparently it was softball sized...
Maybe that's because the windshield on this storm chaser's 2018 Forester has been replaced 4-5 times per year, according to this:Ha, ha, although what I find remarkable is the damage to the hood but so little to the windshield.
Ha, ha, thanks for this! I had tried Tineye but couldn't find the source. The comments are interesting, too...Maybe that's because the windshield on this storm chaser's 2018 Forester has been replaced 4-5 times per year, according to this:
Extreme meteorologist Reed Timmer, of the upcoming National Geographic show Category 6, talks up his trusted (and dented) ride.www.caranddriver.com
We got a great deal on our car because it had a hail damaged bonnet. All the steel panels and roof, etc were pristine. The dealer replaced the bonnet anyway . Some of the Texas hail videos show damaged cars in a dealership lot. Hope the insurance company honours their end.The down side of the Subaru alloy bonnets. Although nothing would save that car. I have had two of my five Subarus owned in my life in Australia written off to hail damage.