Sort of OT, though fixing will involve metal working :-)
We have a 1997 Geo Prizm, same as Toyota Corolla, 205K miles. A crash tore up the rear drivers quarter panel, damaged trunk lid, bumper, etc... The rear wheel is out of alignment, must have bent something(s). When the roll-back brought it here they drove it off the back of the roll-back and pulled it up in the driveway. Engine runs fine, transmission works, would probably be drivable if the rear wheel was pointing correctly. Anyway I need to get rid of this now but I have no idea what to ask for it. Any rule of thumb for pricing cars for parts or repair? I just don't want to sell it for scrap metal when 85% of the parts are good.