Amarillo, Cadillac Farm stands in the wind, and he has nothing to do with Route 66.
In 1974, a group of artists called Ant Farm established the Cadillac Farm to express respect for American cars. The oldest cars they bought at the time were produced in 1949, the latest in 1963.
But the artists are not going to pay attention to the cars on the farm. They allow all the passengers to freely paint poems on the car and legally leave the treasures of going here. The three artists "planted" the ten scrapped Cadillac here, when they were still as bright as new, and now they have been sprayed with graffiti by travelers.
White hair grandma talked about this history while taking pictures. "But we prefer what he is now being graffitied!" said the young child.
These body paintings are also memories of the three generations of grandparents and grandchildren.