The water pump on my 95 Galant finally went out. Looks like the seal is bad - coolant gets dumped all over the accessory drive belts, which in turn slip, which eliminates the power steering and probably the alternator. This is a fairly decent car (for a Galant, that is). It has almost 150,000 miles on it, runs well, transmission shifts fine, A/C works, pretty clean inside and out (aside from the wear and tear you would find on any 10-yr.-old car), all of the maintenance has been done on it while in my care (past 2 yrs. - tires, battery/cables, distributor, all 4 wheel bearings were replaced during this time, couple of tune-ups, A-Rx treatment for the engine with noticeable improvements, multiple tranny and cooling system flushes, new belts, hoses, nothing sqeaks/rattles/sticks/binds etc.) The problems (outside of water pump): broken LR ABS sensor (a $200 part), non-functioning cassette player, and broken radio antenna. As far as I can remember, water pump replacement on this vehicle is somewhere around 8 hrs (~$80/hr labor rate in this area). OE pump is about $200, parts store version is about $50. There is a possibility that I can find someone to replace the water pump for a little less (I'm not so sure about that yet, and I don't want to do it myself, since this is a first OHC engine I've been in contact with). Edmunds TMV on this car in this condition (assuming a functional water pump, of course) is around $700. I no longer need this car, since I don't have to perform a 30-mile one-way commute 3 times a week anymore, and I have a second vehicle to drive around town. So what should I do: try to find somebody to fix it for less than $500 and then sell it, or just call it a day and junk it? (Where can I find the salvage value for this car, or is there such a concept?) Thanks.