Car fax and Question

2001 CR-V SE 34K non smoker,one owner. No kids interior perfect.
Wife ran into a 6ft high Iron fence,(one inch square vertical tubing supported by 2 inch round post,sheered one post off at the ground), the kind
you see in fancy neighborhoods, $10K worth of parts, (engine removed to replace and re-paint frame rails), frame lazer measured and pulled to factory specs',excellent repair job paint matches perfect.
If this car were for sale and of interest to you would you buy it with a report from Car Fax indicating the $10K repair? I understand that the insurance company most likely reports this to Car fax. Don't know if all do.
If you were to inspect the car, you could not tell there has been any paint work, no over spray under the door handles or on any trim or moldings.Drives as nice as when it was new.
If I were to sell it I would want NADA book retail. What do you think?
Thanks
Tom
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tell your insurance company not to report it to carfax, I've done this. There is no law saying they have to report it. I bet if i saw the car i could tell it was wrecked. There is no body shop that is perfect, also the vin numbers will be missing from the hood and fenders. Chip

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