Hot Rod Art I bought at the swap meet Sunday

Art is in the eye of the beholder. Many people made comments about this piece sitting in the back of my truck. Most were “WHAT”. One guy tried to buy it from me for the nostalgic FENTON shifter handle. I said no, because the guy that built this has a 57 Chevy wagon, tilt nose etc. that used this shifter before it became art. I have know the car since 1974 and it has always been one of my favorites. He told me that he got the car out of a wrecking yard in Pocatello Idaho, late 60’s. It sat on top of another car and the junk yard dog lived in it, so he first had to evict a mean junk yard dog. How could I give up a treasure from this cool hot rod. He still has the 57 and to me this is art and it’s not for sale.

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Art is in the eye of the beholder

The question is not what do these photos say to me, but what do these photos say to you

The question is not what do these photos say to me, but what do these photos say to you

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Automobile Art Sculpures by Patrick Amiot

Art at the BR Cohn winery California

Art at the BR Cohn winery California

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Candy Metalflake Tangerine Baby Custom 1960 Pontiac with 59 Caddy tail lights

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Pop Art Fulton Alley RENO 2008 at Hot August Nights

Hope you like my strange vison of the alley. I really like the street lamp on the left hand lower

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POP ART 1954 Ford

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