This is what happened when Guidi and his girlfriend, Sarah Murphy, went outside early Saturday morning, only to see his one-year-old truck on fire. And it was just one of three that happened this weekend.
"It was well high, at least two to three feet of flames in the air," said Murphy. "It was orange glow and smoke everywhere."
Division Chief Weldon Wilkerson of the Abilene Fire Department said that the cases are still under investigation. Jonathan said he believes it was just a random act of violence.
"I don't owe anybody money. I don't have enemies," he said. "I'm a musician. I hang out and do shows. So there are no enemies."
Regardless of how or why these car fires happened, it still causes issues for the victims.
"This sets me back. I can't work, I can't see my daughter anymore. I can't do anything," said Guidi.
While the investigation is for potential arson, there is still no determined cause for the incident in what is normally a very quiet neighborhood.
"There was probably even nothing gained from it except for the fact that someone, kid or otherwise, got some cheap thrill from blowing up vehicles in town," said Murphy.
There are currently no suspect in the cause. But the randomness of the fire is what makes Guidi so upset.
"They'll probably never meet me. I'll never see them. They don't know how it's going to impact my life one bit," said Guidi.
The other two cars were blocks away from Guidi's. Chief Wilkerson said that all three were between South 6th Street and South 9th Street, and between Peach and Palm Streets. Though close together, still no known incentive.