>The only point where I was Truly caught off guard and going WHA was
>when it was her brother Corwin who got out of the Silver Thunderbird,
>not Griffon himself. Then again, I may have read to much into Kait's
>singing silver thunderbird earlier.
Well, "Silver Thunderbird" isn't exactly accurate, as Kate herself points out; it's an old song, and she likes it because of the image of her father as "cool guy with cool car" that it evokes in her mind, even though Dad's more of a black Cadillac man himself.
The car Corwin arrives in is neither silver nor a Thunderbird - it's a black 2041 Griffon Mark II limousine.
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