Hello all...it's been a bit. Glad to be here...Glad to be anywhere. Eighteen months ago I was struck by a senseless cage driver. After months of rehabbing a shattered and nearly lost right leg I'm ready to get the show back on the road. I bought my insurance company totaled 2002 FLHRC-I back from them for just a couple grand knowing that worse case senario I could part it out and get double that. I dont want to rebuild a bike that may not be fit for riding due to something that I'm overlooking. I know that there are some great minds here and I respect the opinions shared. Hopefully I can get my beautiful baby back up and going. The Hit: After braking Id say my forward speed had decelerated to about 20-25 mph. The car had pulled directly perpendicular to my direction while attempting a 3 point turn on a 2 lane bridge with wide breakdown lanes. I almost made it by her rear end but she continued her turn and thru it in reverse and slammed into my crash bar and leg. I continued straight while the Road King went left and a little backwards. Her speed had to be only a mile or two an hour. The damage: Amazingly it seems that the big bagger doesn't look too bad. The crash bar is bent back 75 degrees. Light bar and headlight torn and frayed. The rest is just road rash and not difficult to figure out. So with this general idea of the speed and area of the impact on the bike, is there anything that I can do to test the integrety of the frame...that's my biggest concern. After the safety concern Im ready to transform the bike into a more Street Glide look by adding a fairing and hard bags. The bike as it stood and yoy know has many different looks attained by removable windshields, bags and backrests. I'd like to throw the fairing and solid bags into the cloths closet. Kudos to all the contributers here.