. . . But it sure was a lot of fun!  (its good to have fun while coaching, yes?)

You see, I’m on vacation for a week at my log cabin in Coker Creek, Tennessee, and got to thinking about the day last December when Jason Oman and I checked in on a neighbor in town who invited us to take the Grand Tour in his 1924 Model “T” Ford (called a “Flivver” in the mid-twentieth-century vernacular).  Butch is a real vintage auto buff who transformed a broken-down flivver shell he picked up into the fantasy road buggy he drives today!

Check out the cool stuff on this baby in the short video below!  Also listen to Butch “coach” younger drivers how to behave on the road without plowing into the Flivver drivers . . . (hint: they need to learn driver hand signals!)