So yesterday I stuck an arm under the front of the car with a mirror (didn't have time to break out the jackstands and crawl underneath). The front bottom of this car looks like it has scraped over more than one parking stop. The rubber air dam was popped out of most of its holes in the bumper, but luckily wasn't actually damaged, and went back in easily enough. The bottom of the bumper cover is cracked in one place, where it is held together by a tie wrap. (They must have been out of duct tape.) The front splash shield (right behind the bumper) has a foot wide chunk chewed out of the middle. Behind that there is a metal frame open in the middle, that looks like it's about 2 ft on each side. The oil filter can be seen hanging down in this space - presumably the lower engine splash shield covers that entire rectangular hole. So, given the state of the front splash shield and the completely missing engine splash shield, I think both will be replaced. Anybody have a picture of what the front bottom of this looks like on a car which isn't ripped up? I have found exploded pictures of all the "fender" parts, including both splash shields, but nothing which shows how the front shield is supposed to hook into the front bumper. There are a some tabs which seem to go from the shield into the bumper, and holes where it looks like some more tabs used to be before they were broken off. Thanks.