Road Trip Classic
Road warriors will attest to the fact that using old cars in folk art is not unusual (just look at Carhenge or the International Car Forest of the Last Church) and it all started right here at Cadillac Ranch. Created in 1974, it features 10 Cadillacs from between 1949 and 1963 buried nose-down in a cow pasture just off the interstate. Graffiti is encouraged so pick up a can of spray paint (or use one of the discarded cans laying around) to leave your mark on this famous art installation. Unless it has just rained, in which case, you'll want to pack wellies and tread lightly in the muddy field.