I have an '00 GTS, bone stock with 62K miles. Long story short, I was sitting still when two other cars collided with each other. The ricochet effect sent one of them slowly sliding into my Viper. My front driver's wheel seemed to take most of the impact, but here are the damages so far: Fascia was slightly bent inwards, wedging it under the headlight and popping out the fog light. It’s not bent to a huge degree but I’m not sure it could ever be bent back to normal. Hood has a couple of cracks/chips on the order of an inch. Hood was pushed into the passenger side door, cracking the corner by the mirror. Upper control arm bracket weld was popped off the frame. Shock was destroyed. Tie rod bent. Wheel and tire are a loss. I can’t tell if the frame is bent or not. The headlight itself isn’t broken, but the black housing behind it is cracked (it was impeding the hood’s ability to open). The adjuster comes out Thursday but I wanted to be prepared in case they try to low-ball estimates. Are they going to try to repair the hood chips/cracks? How about the fascia? Or are those replace only? Any and all advice is appreciated. Thanks!