Ordinary tourists can come and go freely and leave their own "calligraphy" on the body.
It’s a very big manor, which Cadillac funded and built
Mr. Mushroom's American travel to the United States, the high-energy warning ahead of Texas, this is not the famous Cadillac farm on Route 66, but a bug farm specially spoofed by people! In order to laugh at the tourists who visited the old Cadillac farm cars from all the distances, the hippies built this bug farm. Abandoned Beetle cars are filled with botched graffiti and inferior jokes, but it doesn't matter. This is also a kind of highway spirit. On the hurried road, no one cares about others. To
Mr. Mushroom's Travel to America. The Cadillac farm is standing in the squally wind on the outskirts of Amarillo, Texas. He has nothing to do with Route 66 and is also related. In 1974, an artist group called Ant Farm established the Cadillac Farm to express their respect for American cars. The oldest of these cars they bought was produced in 1949, and the newest was produced in 1963. But the artists do not intend to be merciful to the cars on the farm. They allow all passers-by to freely chant poems and paint on the cars, legally leaving the calligraphy of "coming here". Three artists planted ten scrapped Cadillacs here. At that time, they were still as bright as new, and they were already covered with graffiti by travelers. The white-haired grandmother talked about this history while taking pictures, "But we like him better now!" The young child said from the side. The paintings on these bodies are also memories of three generations.
Cadillac Farm happened to ran into a team graffiti. Cadillac farm. The so-called "farm" actually has no fields and no pastures. Instead, 10 scrapped Cadillac antique cars are half-buried and lined up in the ground. The oldest was produced in 1949 and the newest was produced in 1963. In 1974, an art group called "Ant Farm" purchased 10 old Cadillac cars produced from 1949 to 1963 in order to express their respect for American cars, and buried them on the farm land of Stanley Marsh, and they were exposed. Graffiti was done on the car body on the ground. All passengers are allowed to freely paint on these cars.