My E30 actually is officially totaled, but it is easily salvageable. Of course I will do that. I'm now challenging the insurance company's valuation and should be able to extract additional $$$. Damage includes condenser, condenser cover, radiator, lower spoiler, front crossbar, radiator supports, maybe fogs. I see to remember that there are two kinds of radiators available, one having a plastic connector and the other having a metal one--the latter definitely being preferable. Is this correct? Do they have different OEM numbers? Also, I'm wondering about the freon for the AC that is now difficult to find (or illegal in some states?). Anyone know about this stuff? Anyway, I was fine after the accident, just psychologically traumatized. Liberty Mutual valued the car at $2475 (damage estimate=$2312). NADAguides.com came in at $3275 and Cars.com and AutoTrader.com averaged over $4000 for E30s!!! My broker told me that valuation goes by prices listed, not prices accepted (too hard to verify).