posted on Nov, 9 2013 @ 10:41 PM
reply to post by Thurisaz
with the way you write it is obvious you are in another part of the world than me. Australia or those parts perhaps?
Anyway I'm going guess the n350z is what is known as a Nissan 350Z in the US. (sports car) If I'm correct it is definately not a car to go off of the
pavement and on to rough terrain.
That being said my advice to you is to get it up in the air as soon as you can and have a trained eye check the undercarrage. especially around the
engine. transmission rear axle and exhaust.
You may, (probably), have sustained damage that will eventually cause furthur damage mainly a cracked oil pan, transmission lines, radiator and oil
cooler, trans pan, crimped or fracture exhaust pieces, axle and front suspension damage.
Get your son involved in the process to educate him as to why you don't take a "car like this to a place like that" and make him doubley aware of the
cost of inspection and repairs.
edit on 9-11-2013 by grubblesnert because: spellin'