Good timing for this old woodie Town and Country to appear on the Cohort (by roadabr). Just yesterday, I saw Dick Romm driving his splendidly gleaming ’46 T&C, the one I caught on the curb two years ago. It makes quite the contrast to the woodwork of this one.
Obviously, the owner of this one likes his the way it is, patina, weathered wood, old stickers and all. If the patina on the front fender keeps growing, it will look like it’s made of wood too. Maybe that’s he goal.
Word Perfect? These stickers do go back a ways.
This is quite a find, one I would have been thrilled to see myself.
But the restored woodwork of Dick’s ’46 glistening in the sun as I saw him come the other way yesterday made me appreciate its splendor, and what a treat it was to shoot and write it up.