I thought - based on the pics - that the entire rear end was askew due to an impact.
I am glad it doesn't need that much work to be right.
As far as having an axe to grind.
I tend to pick on people I like, and you seem like a likable guy.
If I have come across in a malicious or completely out of line, then I apologize.
And yes- I sort of figured your buying of low priced used cars - cleaning/fixing them up - and selling - was a way to make money. And that's why i said if the 6er could be sold for a good profit and you want something else then go for it.
And on that note- if you can make the 6er right for $600... that would be my choice because then that would make the car worth considerably more. Right?