Looks like an old crash site, but this car was
"parked" here long before the tree started growing.
It's bumper is actually going through the tree!
In 1974 Marsh and The Ant Farm, a San Francisco art collective, lined up 11 used Cadillacs, ranging from 1949 to 1963, all nose down and facing west "at the same angle as the Cheops' pyramid".
Now it is an ever changing piece of art as people continue to cover the cars with graffiti.
Inspired by Stonehenge in England,
Jim Reinders and family
built Carhenge in 1987.
Now owned by the city of Alliance, it is free to visit and has a gift shop open on week ends in summer months.
Goppingen, Germany 1973 The Flight of the Fiat
This is what happens when you mix young guys, hash, beer, good music and cars.
We four, yes there was 4 of us stuffed into my Fiat 600, managed to stagger from the wreck with only minor damage. The car didn't make it.
At the time I was tapping out the drum solo to Iron Butterfly's Inna-Godda-Da-Vida on the gas peddle, while zipping through the woods at night, on a very winding road.
A thrilling ride not to be repeated !!
Yes folks, that's a VW bus hiding in there.
I found him sitting under a tree in Olympia, WA.
Just taking it easy.
I just love those 1950's grills!
Looks hungry, don't it!
I found this fellow relaxing just south of Catskill, NY,
next to an old stone foundation, and I wondered how long ago the owner and his house moved on.