It was the red 1963 Corvair that roused me. There it was on a pedestal, as shiny as when it sat in a showroom. The car is the centerpiece of Ralph Nader’s Tort Museum in Winsted, Connecticut, just over ten miles from my home. In my brief visit there, I absorbed more about the relationship between personal injury suits and corporate indifference than at any time since my first year in law school over four decades ago. Nevertheless, what struck me most were the memories of my father that unexpectedly and vividly flooded my mind as I wandered through the museum. It was eerie how keenly I felt his presence though I don’t think Dad had ever been to Winsted. He’s been dead several years and is buried over 3,000 miles away.