Whose T bird? George Cohen’s. Here he is on the same day looking like a total badass in front of the fountain he had installed in the Cohen House garden:
Two items of note: the original ironwork on the President’s house and the fact that Mr. Cohen thought to walk far enough away from the house that he could get a good shot of his car in front of it. I wonder what that was all about.
(If you have a minute check out those links above about the ironwork. That was the first time I understood the potential of this blog. I can still remember how excited I was.)
Looks like you met Kyle.
I did. He was working on the piano that lives in the RMC.
It really needs work, by the way.
My views of the Lee Chatham piano in the RMC:
Talk about relive my life. That’s a 1959 Thunderbird, and, if it had a red and white tuck and roll interior, it would be a spitting image of my 1st car. Of course, Mr. Cohen probably bought his brand new. In the spring of 1966, I talked my brother-in-law into selling it to me instead of trading it in. It was really fine– 300 horses in a 352 cubic inch V8 with a true 3 speed automatic transmission.
Barney L. McCoy, Hanszen 67