^^^ I wouldn't say useless. I see people that have obviously driven around for months if not years with broken sway bar links. you could disconnect the opposite side and either Velcro or zip tie it in a spot where it doesn't impede other components and then just drive cautiously until repaired, or remove it altogether. I wouldn't think tice about driving it with a broken link if it was a good enough deal. couldn't be worse that my Quigley was coming home from Georgia, lol. 4 blown shocks, front swaybar bushings completely gone.... its a drive I wont ever forget.
"understeer is when you hit the wall with the front of your car, oversteer is when you hit the wall with the rear of your car, horsepower is how hard your car hits the wall, and torque is how far your car moves the wall."