They rest beside the highways and by-ways, in junk yards and front yards, long-abandoned trucks and old jalopies, rusting relics of the American Dream.
They were once the pride of Detroit big, bold and brassy, eye-catching gas-guzzlers, unambiguous statements from an age when exuberant design triumphed over mundane considerations such as fuel efficiency.
And now? Decades on, they have come full circle. They have become works of art once again, automotive sculptures, objects of unexpected beauty scattered randomly across the land.
Over time the elements have worn through the layers of paintwork, turning them into complex, multi-coloured canvases no human artist could hope to replicate.
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