Larry Brown died. Among his many possessions was a 1969 Shelby GT Mustang.
But what is interesting is how there was no heir to his estate.
Larry never married, had no kids, and thus, he was a statistical anomaly.
An anomaly I would wish I could have conversed with.
Let us think about a man like Larry Brown. He didn't marry, didn't have kids, but had enough taste to purchase and store a classic American car. What kind of life did this guy lead?
He was obviously an independent thinker, did not conform, and probably did his own thing. Had enough money to purchase the epitome of American muscle car classical lore, but still, no family and no wife. I don't know if I have more admiration or pity for the guy, but still, somebody unique enough that the tragedy isn't the fact the car has not heir, but that his life, observations and wisdom will not be passed on.