This hippie-era art installation by the illustrious Ant Farm Collective has become an American icon -- a row of ten half-buried vintage Cadillacs planted nose-first with their flared fannies in the air. The display traces the gradual rise and fall of the trademark Cadillac tail fin from the '40s to the '60s, and several of the cars sacrificed for the effort were once immaculately kept gems that, in today's market, might have fetched a fortune. An interactive art piece, this one welcomes visitors to use it as a canvas for graffiti. You may want to bring a can of spray paint. Located on the south frontage road of I-40, a quarter of a mile east from the Arnot Road exit, it's unstaffed and open to visitors at any time.
South Frontage Road of I-40, 1/4 mile east from th
- Amarillo, TX 79106
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