Last night was a very sad night in my book...the Electric Celica is gone. On my way home and less than a mile from the house, some idiot wasn't paying attention at the wheel. She was coming north into an intersection and did not yield to the flashing yellow for a left turn, and I had the right of way. Yet she continued through not paying attention and slammed into the driver side and crushed my special car...
It pains me dearly to look at these photos yet again, but it is something I have come to accept. A large part of what I put all of my energy towards in my life is now gone. Gone because someone else made a mistake. Gone because they couldn't put their cell phone down and pay attention when driving at night. But through this horrible situation, I am trying to find the light in the dark, and just hope that everything will get better. I am trying to stay positive, despite the other driver's unknown insurance company that has horrific reviews online. While most of this damage is not repairable, it was a big part of my life and taught me more than any other education will. The amount of knowledge that goes into a car is so large, that everything I have learned will forever be engraved in my mind, and memories never forgotten. Unfortunately, this is the second wreck of my car, and this time, there is certainly no recovery. Luckily the passenger in my car and I were both safe and unharmed due to the racing seats installed and having a steel shell of a car. The car was very strong, and protected my girlfriend and I from getting as much as a scratch on either of our bodies, and for that I am eternally grateful. The car has been good to me, from constantly breaking down in the beginning stages, to becoming the most reliable and dependable car in our household, from taking me all the way to cable TV, sponsorships, and tours at corporate HQ's. I will always love and remember my Electric Celica, with my tree branch still in my bumper.