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Daughter wrecked her 2007 Sonata. Got hit on passenger side at rear wheel. It has door damage, and uni-body floor damage, and rear quarter panel damage. Road wheel looks good, but suspension is bent inward, so road wheel sits at an angle. Collision center says cost $5,000 to repair, so concern is that the car may be considered "totaled." It may be worth taking the insurance money, then doing a "buy back" to keep and repair on my own.

Biggest issue to putting the car back on the road, is to correct the suspension damage. The body work can be done later. My question.........what is most likely bent in the suspension? I am thinking that parts from a wrecking yard can be bolted on to replace what is bent. Any advise??
 
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