Eh. This is Arizona. Illegal immigrants keep "unskilled labor" down, which blows my ******* mind, because body work is NOT unskilled labor. Most body shops are $40-$50 an hour for labor. But hey, we pay parts-hanger... err, I mean "technicians" hang parts for $90/hour. I had to explain to a tech and service writer at a dealership what camber/caster bolts did.
I picked up that quarter, and the guy cut it off of the car with an angle grinder. I can probably use the skin, but none of the under bits. I hope it's not a total loss, I could have stayed home today. I got a NA6 dash, so at least I've got that going for me.
One of my coworker's husbands is apparently an amazing body and paint guy. He's working me up a quote with me providing the parts. He does it as a hobby though, so I'll need to figure out what to do with my car gone for a couple weeks.
Edit: Oh, and I saw the rim/wheel terminology coming from miles away. We had an auto shop teacher in high school that would flip out if you used the wrong terms. Bolts, screws, nuts, ratchet (or socket wrench), socket, wheel, engine (don't ******* call it a motor, motors are electric)...