Cadillac Ranch
2013, 1974 Cadillacs were ten members of the Ant Farm group from San Francisco, west of Amarillo buried in a line and at the same angle with the front half of the bottom of a corn field. They date from the years 1948 to 1963 and represent the beginning and the decline of the tail fin models of the 1950s. The angle in which the vehicles are buried, should correspond to the slope angle of the pyramids of Giza. They symbolize the freedom that brought the car with him and also the fascination and attraction that emanates from the "roadside attractions" (roadside attractions) along the American highways. The site is located directly on historic Route 66, which is now replaced at this point of Interstate 40.
Copyright: Harry Becker
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Uploaded: 25/12/2013
Updated: 09/10/2014


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