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Cadillac Ranch, Route 66 - Texas
No, you're not seeing things - there really are nearly a dozen Cadillacs upended in the Texas plain west of Amarillo. These rusting hulks of classic Caddies are buried nose-down in the dirt, their tail fins tracing design changes from 1949 to 1964.
It's a popular shrine to America's love of the open road. This Cadillac Ranch was the creation of the San Francisco-based Ant Farm artists' and architects' collective in May 1974, under the patronage of eccentric Amarillo helium Billionaire Stanley Marsh III. They are a really popular back drop for Rock band videos, so don't be surprised if you experience deja vu here!
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