My deceased brother’s Camaro

A few days before Thanksgiving, 2020, my brother, age 35, tragically died in a vehicle crash. He was driving a U-Haul filled with all of his belongings when another driver crossed the center line and hit him head on. He was killed instantly and all of his belongings were burnt to nothing.

Other than his ashes, this Camaro is the last tangible thing left. It was his pride and joy and he spent so much time upgrading everything to his own liking and personal taste. To me, it reflects his personality and some of his soul. It was something that was extremely important to him and gave him immense joy and pleasure. One of the first things I noticed when I looked at the car was that he personalized it with same Autobot and Decepticon emblems that I have on my truck! Great minds think alike.

The vehicle is in his girlfriend's name as she helped make many of the payments on it. Given the circumstances, she'd like to sell it and try and get some of that money back.

COVID-19 has been challenging for a lot of businesses, mine included. My CPR biz has had a lot of ups and downs and I’m not really in a position to take on such a huge monthly payment.

I completely understand this is a "first world problem" and a big ask but a friend of mine once told me, "You don't get what you don't ask for." so here I am.

I'm hoping for a bit of a late "Christmas Miracle" I suppose. I miss my brother and this is the last "part" of him left. Hopefully, we can all make this happen.

Thank you ❤️


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Chris Ferris 
Vancouver, WA
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