What parts are you missing? Do you have the part numbers?
No, engine does NOT come w/ an engine cover
You can email your state motor vehicle ministry / DMV, and ask them for procedures to email the rebranding sector / office, and have them overturn the "SALVAGE" into a clean title / no brand.
(Also, side note, I assume you deal with CoPart, openly stating that you contacted the previous insured / owner, body shop etc goes against the rules of the auction, and they can suspend / banned your account, just be careful!)
Lets see pics of the bullet holes 🤪
Thanks for the info - I wasn't aware there was a rule about not contacting the insurer/prior owner. I do have a list of missing parts (though I'm sure there are omissions):
Rear storage lower cover: T4A42299PVJ
Rear storage cover carpet: T4A8017PVJ
Cargo Cover: T4A13461PVJ
Cargo Net: T4A8449
Cargo compartment right trim panel: T4A15422PVJ
Driver's side front door seal: T4A1217
Front Right Wheel Arch Liner: T4A13095 T4A35522
Front Left Wheel Arch Liner: T4A13096 T4A35523
Front Right Wheel Arch Moulding: T4A38311
Front Left Wheel Arch Moulding: T4A38306
Fender liner retention clips: T4K4298
Front fender liner pad - right (not sure what this is): T2H40427
Front fender liner pad - left: T2H40428
Front fender liner extension splash guard - left: T4A8112
* (not sure I have)
Front fender liner extension splash guard - right: T4A811
* (these are ~ $5 ea)
Tie rod end: T4A12527
Right LED outer taillight: T4A37907
Right rear quarter door jamb trim: T4A13632
Right Rear Bumper cover stay: T4A13086
As for bullet holes:
Those are it: one that penetrated the muffler heat shield - but not the muffler, and no discernable contact point beyond; and two that penetrated the bumper skin and through the sub metal and into the wheel well, but with no real harm to anything under (a slight dent in the inner metal behind the fender liner).
Driver's side tie rod is bent from obvious impact with something like a curb. That's about it.
I'm shocked this was totaled. It should not have been - other than to say that a Jaguar certified repair shop would have had to tear down the vehicle into the inner sheet metal to replace a part that only got a ding. Ridiculous.
I got lucky. Now I have to replace the parts that were pilfered, and somehow get that title fixed. You have parts?