Last night I found a white 97 Land Cruiser that has 42K miles on it. I talked it over with my wife and she said we could go look at it. Early this morning we pack up the fam to go look. It was a trade-in at Superstition Toy by an older couple who upgraded to a Lexis. Its a one owner and...well...you had me at 97 and 42K miles. So I run off to get a check at the bank. While I am away the guy at the lot went to get the emissions done. While on the drive to the get the emissions done the car is side swiped by a lady on a cell phone. The damage is not excessive, all on the drivers side. The front bumper has bad scratches, the front passenger rim has a small chunk out of it, there is a little body damage in the rear quarter panel, the running board is done, the side of the car will need to be repainted, and the fender flares are gone. I don't know if the guy ran it into a curb to avoid the collusion but the front passenger tire side wall was ripped. The dealer suggests the following: When he gets the check from the adjuster he will drop the sales price of the Cruiser by the amount of the adjusters check. I think I will come out on top of this deal for the following reasons: I can get the work done for less than the adjuster will estimate. I can use the rim as the spare and live with the damage. I can get other cosmetic problems solved at little cost-small dings on driver door. Cost of new Slee or ARB bumper will be offset by the cost of Toy bumper My questions are: Are my presumptions real or wishful thinking? Does anyone know a good body shop in the east valley of metro PHX? Where are the good used replacement parts...specifically the running boards? Am I missing a major aspect of this dilemma that I can't see? Sorry this is so long...but thanks for any feedback you might offer.