Actually, a couple of weeks ago. I've been working on it since. ... and it wasn't pretty either. I went all NASCAR and taped it up so that I could drive in home. This is why I couldn't pursue the guilty party. Here's what happened. It was 0-dark thirty at night and I was rolling at around 80 through the mountains of Chattanooga, TN. I was coming down a bridge when this semi threw a retread. I had a concrete barrier on my left and right and was going to fast to swerve so I grabbed the steering wheel with both hands just in time for the impact. The car shimmied and I immediately pulled over. I knew it was bad, I just wasn't really wanting to see how bad. I got out of the car and looked at it and just stood there in disbelief. Semi was long gone and there I was in a little shock. The insurance company wanted to put the car back to stock and raise my rates but I wasn't going to have any of that. So I told them to go screw themselves and I went shopping for a new provider. In the mean time, I'm fixing the car myself and this thread will chronicle the experience. I have already started ordering the parts I need thus far. A new Tiger Shark fascia from Starcraft (by way of J.W. Motoring), a new fender and a new wheel housing. That was over $2000 for those three parts alone. We're just getting started. Since the inner fender housing was damaged beyond repair, it had to come off the car. This was not a fun time as the inner fender is glued to the frame. You can see how it is glued in this picture. The horns were all finagled and bent every which way. I straightened one out. Check out what is left of my fog light. Test fitting the new inner fender. Prepping the new bumper. Test fitting the fender and bumper: What's left of my fog light... ... and the repair continues. I finally got into the hood and found out that the fiberglass wasn't cracked, thank God. It was just the paint that was damaged so I got that knocked out. I also got my alignment all together so all of my seams look great.