I took the Gothmobile to Merritt’s in Georgetown, Indiana for her regular pre-event-travel checkup. Now, Merritt’s is a most excellent car shop, but its doors were not chosen for aesthetics.
It does, however, have a train track directly across the road. So I snapped a couple of pics for Dan.
Then I turned around and saw these doors, both car and garage.
Ain’t that a beaut?
These guys are not so happy. I don’t know if they await restoration or if they face cannibalization for parts.
And, between the sad ones and the proud one, this product placement paradise. The neon sign on the window says Studebaker.
Thursday Doors is the inspiration of Norm Frampton. Visit his blog, view his extraordinary photos, click the blue frog link at the bottom of his Thursday Door posting, and find links to doors all over the world.
A WRITING PROMPT FOR YOU: A character doesn’t find something they’re looking for, looks at something else, then finds exactly what they were looking for in the first place.