VICTIMISED Joseph Hemingway has had to install cameras to protect his car after repeated attacks.
The Huddersfield man's Skoda has been broken into many times since February.
Vandals have tied the car's seatbelts together, broken the headlights and damaged the catalytic converter.
Mr Hemingway, who has lived on Meltham Road, Armitage Bridge, since 1970, is determined not to be intimidated.
He said: "It's been terrible but I'm not moving.
"I like my house and I like living here."
The 64-year-old bought two CCTV cameras the day after vandals snapped keys in the locks of his car preventing Mr Hemingway from getting in.
He said: "After the police took fingerprints on Tuesday I had to remove the locks. It's a fiddly job and it took me a few hours which is annoying."
Mr Hemingway works as a cabinet maker at his in-house studio.
But he said: "I need my car to get supplies and I also do a bit of furniture repair as well.
"I got a call asking me to fix a grand piano, but I couldn't get there without my car."