Sunday, September 18, 2016

Corvette (end of) Summer across Bethesda (Photos)

The new office building at Park Potomac has a surprising piece of art inside - a Chevrolet Corvette. This 1963 Corvette Stingray Sport Coupe is owned by Richard Cohen, chairman of Willco, which is located next to Park Potomac on Montrose Road. Foulger-Pratt is displaying a series of vehicles that represent progress, efficiency and innovation at the property.

Meanwhile, in downtown Bethesda, a Corvette built exactly 50 years after Cohen's is for sale at EuroMotorcars.

12 comments:

Anonymous said...

'63 StingRay. What a sweet ride. 327 under the hood. Had like a $4200 starting price for the convertible. Performance.

Anonymous said...

How the F**k does a Corvette represent "efficiency"?

Anonymous said...

What's Dyer's recent infatuation with Park Potomac? Potomac is not "Bethesda" and it's not Rockville either.

Robert Dyer said...

#Scooped

Anonymous said...

@ 10:30 AM - it's one the few places Dyer hasn't been kicked out of yet, along with Montgomery Mall and Pike & Rose (except for iPic).

Anonymous said...

Dyer, this guy makes $1,500/month from Youtube videos where he reviews fast food. New possible revenue stream for you: http://money.cnn.com/2016/09/16/technology/youtube-fast-food-reviewer/index.html

Poppy said...

Ugh. There is no more vulgar of an automobile than a Corvette, with the possible exception of a Dodge.

Anonymous said...

poppy is an idiot!

Anonymous said...

Poppy and Anita Gofradump are Bethesdian treasures!

@ 8:05 AM is a bitter little man, subletting Dyer's Mom's basement's subbasement!

Anonymous said...

Awww, 8:16AM, are those two getting more attention than you?
Not to worry. You don't need to lash out. You're still the top troll.

Anonymous said...

@ 8:58 PM is the garden gnome outside Dyer's basement window.

Anonymous said...

9:40AM is the creepy stalker sitting outside basement windows watching garden gnomes