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The Cadillac Ranch

The Cadillac Ranch in Texas, directly on famed Route 66, offers an interactive art installation with ten garishly painted, half-burried luxury cruisers from a bygone era.

A group of artists who called themselves Ant Farm realised this extraordinary concept in 1974 as a celebration of the stylistic development of America’s beloved luxury car, the Cadillac.

It’s not only allowed but even encouraged that visitors take spray cans and leave their marks on these dormant dinosaurs – but beware, whoever wants their contribution to endure better take a photo before the next visitor with a can of paint arrives.

The Cadillac Ranch

The Cadillac Ranch in Texas, directly on famed Route 66, offers an interactive art installation with ten garishly painted, half-burried luxury cruisers from a bygone era.

A group of artists who called themselves Ant Farm realised this extraordinary concept in 1974 as a celebration of the stylistic development of America’s beloved luxury car, the Cadillac.

It’s not only allowed but even encouraged that visitors take spray cans and leave their marks on these dormant dinosaurs – but beware, whoever wants their contribution to endure better take a photo before the next visitor with a can of paint arrives.

The Cadillac Ranch

The Cadillac Ranch in Texas, directly on famed Route 66, offers an interactive art installation with ten garishly painted, half-burried luxury cruisers from a bygone era.

A group of artists who called themselves Ant Farm realised this extraordinary concept in 1974 as a celebration of the stylistic development of America’s beloved luxury car, the Cadillac.

It’s not only allowed but even encouraged that visitors take spray cans and leave their marks on these dormant dinosaurs – but beware, whoever wants their contribution to endure better take a photo before the next visitor with a can of paint arrives.

The Cadillac Ranch

The Cadillac Ranch in Texas, directly on famed Route 66, offers an interactive art installation with ten garishly painted, half-burried luxury cruisers from a bygone era.

A group of artists who called themselves Ant Farm realised this extraordinary concept in 1974 as a celebration of the stylistic development of America’s beloved luxury car, the Cadillac.

It’s not only allowed but even encouraged that visitors take spray cans and leave their marks on these dormant dinosaurs – but beware, whoever wants their contribution to endure better take a photo before the next visitor with a can of paint arrives.

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