Its main value may be its Zone 2 Residential Parking Sticker which lets you park anywhere in Washington, DC's Zone 2* residential areas, though September 2007. (Nineteen months remaining). The Parking Sticker has not yet been attached (see pics) but will not be sold separately; legally it must be affixed to this car.
The engine, transmission, drive-train, clutch, shocks, etc. are in very good shape. It has a 2.3L L4 FI SOHC motor, 4 speed manual transmission with overdrive (4+1). I have all receipts since 1998, when I bought it. In 2004 car was clipped in the right-rear, and has largely (though not entirely) been mothballed in Georgetown since then (where it is now). The damage was cosmetic: it needs work on right-rear fender and bumper. It also needs brake-work, lens-cover, and various other things.
Fix it up, and you can park anywhere in Zone 2 Residential Parking. Cheaper, more useful and flexible than paying for a parking spot.
*Zone 2 includes: Georgetown, Burleith, Dupont Circle, Foggy Bottom/West End, Shaw, Logan Circle, Mount Vernon Square, Chinatown, Blagden Alley, and Sheridan-Kalorama. The boundaries of Zone 2 are approximately as follows. West: 42nd St/Foxhaul Rd in Georgetown. East: New Jersey Ave/5th St NW/South Capitol St. North: Whitehaven St/Florida Ave/U St NW. South: I-395. (Look on DC dot gov for "Zone 2" or "Ward 2" maps.)