I recently posted about my stang getting rear ended by a Navigator the other day. I got an estimate from an "old car" specialist for about 1450.00. I started thinking, "maybe I can do it all myself." So I opened my trunk to look at all of the pieces involved so I could price them from NPD. I pulled up my sound deadener mat from the trunk floor and I saw a bunch of seam sealer all cracked around the joint between the tail panel and the bracket connecting the tail panel to the floor. I looked around it a little more and saw that the floor has buckled so I'm sure that more got damaged than the repair guy saw. I'm beginning to think that I need to find a different person. The part that really upsets me, though, is that I don't know how much further the other insurance company will pay before they decide to total it. I keep hearing of stories where insurance companies low ball the value of these old cars and then you can't even afford to buy a new (old) one with the proceeds. I'm not saying mine was perfect, but it's not all beat up and ugly. Here's a pic of it today. Anyone have any experience with a seemingly small amount of damage totalling their car?