For those of you who don’t know, this past week the Northeast United States was hit with an intense and devastating (and aptly named) Nor’easter, its winds topping 90 miles per hour causing massive destruction, flooding, and power outages.
Well, after approximately 73 hours without electricity or heat, and a couple of empty bottles of wine in the recycling, I’m happy to say that power is restored and has returned to normal. Exiting the highway behind this 1994 Caprice Classic on my way to work renewed my sense of normalcy, albeit about two decades late. Once ubiquitous, these final generation “whale” Caprices have become highly sparse in my neck of the woods. This higher-trimmed destined for private customer two-tone was an especially exciting sight.