Dandism rejected mine
My 2002 mt had a slght encounter from the rear: no structural, but the bumper skin and a few other cosmetic items. It looked good to me, but, as Dandism said, someone who worked in body shop has higher standards.
It turns out that it is a GOOD THING he didn't buy it: IMA light went on, battery "crashed" in early December @89K miles. This battery was a dealer replacement in 2010, so I went back to see what they might do or offer. Discussions with American Honda resulted in them opening a case: the original purchase date was 10 years 9 months earlier by the first owner. It took about 1 1/2 weeks because of the holidays, etc but they offered to do a battery replacement for 10% out of pocket. That was a remarkabley generous offer, so now I have the "insectlike" commute car back, Shoebox pumping out some bass, and mpg on my crappy commute has gone from about 44 to about 50 with my lead foot.
I've used the dealer for some routine maintenance, and I think that having that business relationship helped get me this deal. Otherwise I would have: 1. Sold it to someone just before the battery crashed and felt bad about it, or 2. be trying to sell it now with the dead battery.