My 2002 LSE was totaled in December after being rear-ended. I'm still bummed about it. I got it in 2008 and put a lot of miles on it. I wanted to thank this forum and all of the posters. This forum has been a fantastic resource and source of help over the years. I have done all of my own repairs, many with help from guides posted on this forum. I have had the regular issues: valve cover gaskets, coils, window regulators, clockspring, driver's seat airbag sensor connector, in-dash 6 CD jam-o-matic, driver's side door interior door handle, and a few I'm probably forgetting. Even with all the issues, I loved the car. Here is a photo from its prime: I was rear-ended hard enough that it buckled the rear quarter panels. The battery in the trunk was nearly ripped in half. I had planned on keeping it for another year or two, at least until my family outgrew it. My insurance company totaled it and I didn't think it was worth fixing, so I let it go. I didn't save anything from the car except for my summer wheel/tire set (17" LSE grey 5-spoke wheels with silver lip, shown in the first photo). My winter wheels/tires were on at the time of the accident. The BFGoodrich G-Force Comp-2 A/S tires on them are about 3.5 years old and have 8/32" tread left (came with 9/32" new). I am planning to sell them locally because I don't want to deal with shipping. How much would you ask for them if you were selling? If anyone here is interested, please let me know.