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You have a problem with that. If you sell it, you need to disclose the problem and that means it's not worth much. If you fail to disclose that major a problem, the buyer could lose control if the suspension fails and that's asking for a lawsuit.
I'd say you should either fix it or sell it to a wrecking yard for what you can get. It doesn't sound safe to drive, even if it's "driveable." Many cars that can move under their own power aren't safe to drive.
Another option: IF you can find a DIY buyer who wants to do the work himself, you should get more than a wrecking yard will give you.
It's a shame, considering how good the rest of the car sounds.
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