This is long, but it should help you out.
Your pictures don't really show anything. Any car over $2000.00 needs to have crystal clear pictures and lots of them.
When you have excellent pictures you increase the number of prospects that might purchase your car.
I think I saw that your in Virginia, so lets say a guy out in Oregon on the west coast is interested, can he afford to take the chance of not knowing what he's getting. Another thing that some people aren't aware of that somebody overseas might be interested, and with a good explanation and clear pictures and a lot of them the car could be sold and shipped in a container with the buyer having a good look at what he's getting.
Remember car brokers are looking at these ads and they are carefull what they buy to ship out.
I have sold a couple cars on ebay, one was just a body with the rear end, no engine etc. it went for $7000.00 if I remember right.
The guy brought another guy with him and spent an afternoon looking under it and they never said a word. He walked up to me and gave me the cash, and said its just like the pictures. He drove several hundred miles to get it.
I also sold another one and that guy said its just like the pictures and took it.
Now to get the money out of a car you will need to do the work, but it will pay off and pay you well for your time.
I jack them up and put my tallest jack stands under them. Then get one of those 500 watt contractor type lights that you can hold in one hand or set on the ground. Then get about 40 close up pictures of the underside, and these close ups need to show the factory spot welds and any rust.
Heres a decent starter list.
Inner and outer wheel wheels directly at the area where the metal is sandwiched together and the spot welds are. Also get another shot looking right at the edges of the metal so they can see any swelling in that area.
All of the body mounts, or at least all of the part ( shredded or whatever) that is visible.
Up under between the back bumper and gas tank, up deep.
All of the floor supports and especially the spot welds for any lifting or swelling of the metal.
Several looking directly up at the rocker panel pinch welds, or it would be the layers of metal and if there starting to spread apart or swell.
Around the front toeboards and any laps in the floor pans, concentrate on the lapped spot weld.
Any thing that you can see of the trunk supports and gas tank support. You can see some of them.
Then the rest of the car inside and out.
Now this will take a good part of a day to get these pictures, and if you aren't good enough get some body for a hundred or two to get them for you.
Also if you don't have some tall jack stands go and buy or borrow some.
You will need to lay directly on the ground to get these so you can get the right distance with the camera.
I'll put up some pictures that I took with a cheap digital camera, and its just to show you how clear the pictures need to be.
Start your bidding at $5 and no higher ever.
I'll put some examples of how clear you can get them.
This should do it for the pictures.