Jeez... I haven't been on here for AWHILE, but I didn't want to come back to see RT's Toyota totalled by some jackass.
I'm sorry for your loss, dude. Actually, is it still drivable? It looks like it can still be repaired, by the right person.
Back in '92 when I owned my '82 Corolla SR5 1.8 coupe... I went to jail for a lil over 2 months for a stupid fine. Well, long story short, I let this girl borrow my Yota... and she let her junky older sister borrow it. She ended up getting rear ended by a friggin school bus.
Anyways, they gave her $500 to give to me for the accident(yeah, like THAT would cover it)
... I live in the lovely state of ASSACHUSETTS, so minimum coverage is the norm around here, since full coverage is up the wazoo... I didn't have collision on it.
Well, I gave my buddy with a '75 Celica GT, a genuine FOHA Corolla front spoiler if he could fix my car... he took a friend's pickup truck, threw a chain around my Yota's tow hook and pulled that mofo till the ass end straightened back into it's proper position. All it needed was some metal panel reinforcements and a wheel alignment. It needed new quarter panels, anyway... because the original ones were rusty to shit. I bought an '83 SR5 show car(actually, ricecar... because it had a neon blue paint job with pink neon splash stripes along the length of the car... apparently, the neon splash stripes were the thing around '91, for the minitruckers and sport compact scene. lol), for $100 from a junkyard and replaced my Yota's dented quarter panels with the ones on the '83 parts car.
So don't give up on your Rona, you just gotta find the right bodyman to tackle the job. Good Luck, mate.