Get Home Safely to TEXAS! or up North to car!


My car was found when I thought the storm swept it away after I ran over a street sign & took out a median street sign on one of those islands that tells you which was to enter & exit in between lanes trying to save my dogs life after she got hit by a car.

I know my 1999 Isuzu Amigo isn’t much compared to other brand new vehicles but it was my first Cash car & I have rebuilt it 3 times & it needs a new engine but GEICO claimed if someone did a second opinion & that the cause of the accident caused my leaky pan they would replace it & even if they don’t it costs about $1200 to get it on a train to be moved from Pennsylvania to Texas & then about $800 to get a second opinion.

Someone on Christopher Columbus Day physically hit my body with a car while walking my new dog & so I was behind on making my Rapp Automotives payments on my new used Ford 2005 so I was ordered to stay home for a little bit & I don’t know how long I will be ordered to stay home but I really loved that car & it was my car & no matter how many other rentals anyone forced me to drive & then has me looking retarded for driving them around in all of the brand new vehicles they would prefer- I didn’t want to abandon my car & leave it there & was forced to fly back to Texas & told my family would come to my graduation if I went back to school but then my father died & he died of COVID-19 & I didn’t have enough for a rental to make it to his brothers funeral that died shortly before him & I just really miss my car- & even though my Nissan was stolen at the border of Mexico by someone who wanted to get rid of my car for what they were creating a “paper trail” for

I love my Isuzu Amigo & I don’t know how much they are going to ask me to pay to have it picked up but it really worked well in a Tornado even though it had fallen apart a little bit it survived & we survived & the model is a little bit heavier than other cars because of the year it was made so I always had to pay extra for full coverage insurance.

I also drew on it a little bit & I don’t know if GoFundMe will let me publish this but I had gotten word that a lot of people were laughing at the reason that I was having to go beyond the 180,000 miles I personally drove on emergency calls for the most part during the middle of the pandemic because someone just didn’t like my rustic Isuzu Friend Amigo

I normally don’t like driving trucks because a doctor overdosed me on drugs once & I had flipped my Nissan with my son in the car & it was all over the news in San Antonio, Texas

I know the car may not be worth that itself but I was going to redo the interior when I had the money & fix it up a little bit.

I am desperate for my car to come home or for me to go up there & fix it myself if have someone else help fix it but it’s been a really long time since I have had to replace engines in cars at what used to be Radiator Works in SA.

I bought my ex-guy a Mustang & had put a 351 or 357 Windsor in it & it used to accelerate so fast the police woukd pull us over & ask whether or not the baby was sleeping through it but the engine was too large & so we didn’t have AC but that’s why I prefer standards some times & I tried to use a clutch when my Amigo Isuzu & I hit tornado weather & spun around & hit a wall

I guess on that moment I thought I was driving a standard

I just loved owning my own car for the first time & wasn’t willing to let it go


  • Andrea Pearson-Haas 
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Andrea Pearson-Haas 
Duncansville, PA