I have a 1993 Dodge Shadow ES. My mom bought it new in 93 and it has been kept in very very good condition. My son is 18 years old and got his driver's license this past year and we kept this car for him. That may have been a mistake. The car has flawless paint, no rust or dents, perfect interior, and.....just over 22,000 miles. While "book value" isn't much on this car, it is practically a brand new car. It just happens to be 26 years old now. Long story short, this past Halloween it snowed here for the first time this year and it was the first time my son drove in those conditions by himself. While going through a roundabout, he was going too fast and spun around while exiting the roundabout. The car hit the concrete median directly on the rear passenger wheel. It bent the wheel itself and bent the entire wheel assembly so that the bottom of the wheel is pushed into the underside of the car further. I am rather confident that I need a replacement rear axle assembly but I am having a hard time finding anything. Does anyone on here have any ideas? If I can't fix it to meet safety standards, I'll probably think about just selling the car, which is a damn shame because of how nice it is.