We went to the Big Bear car show last weekend, invited as the guests of a car club (who shall remain nameless), who had a show entry cancelled. As this was a last minute thing I decided to trailer (yeah, bite me) the Willys as it was not long distance and mountain tested. We socialized with, ate with, partied with and hung out with this group and on the Saturday night we were asked if we would like to join the club. On Sunday morning we breakfasted with a few club members and then headed out solo from Big Bear bound for Lake Arrowhead. Just after Big Bear dam as we started to climb and the uphill passing lane started, cars began to overtake the truck/trailer hot rod combo. All of a sudden I saw a big boulder rolling down the cliff, cars passing in the left lane and nowhere to go. I slammed on the brakes and hit the boulder head on, which smashed the front cross member, sump guard, oil pan, trans cross member, sheared off the driveshaft, bent the frame, hit the rear end and hit the trailer. The Willys was unscathed but I had no drive and had to hold the truck on the parking brake while I stuffed rocks under the truck and the trailer wheels. All the engine oil was puddled across two lanes and we were veered towards the base of the cliff. No cellphone signal! My girlfriend walked down the road until she got a signal and called the CHP. I directed traffic around the truck/trailer and while we waited, four club member cars drove past, recognized us, grinned and waved and not one of them stopped. Loads of cars from the show drove past - at least 60 of them and again, nobody stopped to ask if they could help or call for help - they all just looked and drove on. It was over and hour (we timed it) before the CHP arrived - they had been dealing with a motorcycle fatality - and all the time show cars and regular cars were passing us by, and it was only a truck with young off roaders who stopped to help us and stayed with us until the CHP arrived. I am just amazed at the wholesale callous disregard for fellow rodders in need..... oh yes and the insurance company has declared my truck a total loss. Is it just me or is there something very wrong with this picture?