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Your saving $700+ by doing it yourself. Buy the manual, $30. Buy the clutch kit, with the master and slave cylinders, get the flywheel turned/surfaced. you only want to do this one time. There is a lot to remove.
If it can be repaired, it might require the use of specialty frame machine, and it may be difficult to find a shop or dealer with the proper equipment. I would consider the overall mechanical and cosmetic condition of the vehicle and obtain at least two estimates for repairing the frame damage from reputable or certified European car technicians before deciding if the car is worth salvaging. This is a situation where you could easily spend a lot of money and end up with a car that isn't properly repaired or drive-able.
Just go to an internet site for Autozone, Advance, or Oreilys autoparts and enter your info for a parts search. They usually show a photo of whatever you are trying to buy.
In addition, these sites will provide free shipping to the store in your area if you want to pick it up, or they will ship to your door. The final Bonus of doing this is a possible Coupon for being an internet customer. And they will Email you periodic discounts for anything you might want to buy.
CHEAPER BUY WHOLE CAR AT SALVAGE YARD USE THE SUBFRAME.SUBFRAME CAN BE WELDED AND REPLACE IN SECTIONS BUT YOU WILL HAVE TIRE ALIGNMENT PROBLEMS.YOU CAN CALL AROUND GET A PRICE CHECK.YOU GOING TO BE OUT OF $1000.00 OR MORE. BECAUSE WHOLE ENGINE AND TRANSAXLE DRIVE TRAIN HAS TO BE REMOVE OFF SUBFRAME BEFORE REPLACING IT.