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Star Trek Art Car - from Greece?

Here is one of the first Star Trek art cars I have ever seen out of Greece and I commend him for doing it. It's the first art car period that I have ever seen out of Greece and having lived there my self, I can't imagine anyone driving around in them, yet. It will take sometime before its more accepted, but someone had to be the first. To you my bold friend I say, Yiassoo.

Sausalito Art Car Gets New Life by Heather Wilcoxon

Sausalito Garden Art Car Gets New Life by Heather Wilcoxon

Heather Wilcoxon is better known as an artist from Sausalito Cailfornia who now lives on a decorated house boat called the "Delta Queen". I was honored to meet Heather last Saturday who came to my garage sale while visiting here sister who happens to live down the street from my house. We started talking about art cars and told me about her Gremlin art car that no longer works but has taken a whole new life as permanent garden art car in Sausalito CA. Its completely covered in toys and dolls and plants that have almost engulfed this amazing art car. For those of us with aging art cars on their last leg, this could be the next evolutionary step in the life of these wonderful works of art. More about Heather here
Sausalito Garden Art Car Gets New Life by Heather Wilcoxon

Sausalito Garden Art Car Gets New Life by Heather Wilcoxon

Sausalito Garden Art Car Gets New Life by Heather Wilcoxon

Sausalito Garden Art Car Gets New Life by Heather Wilcoxon

Sausalito Garden Art Car Gets New Life by Heather Wilcoxon

Sausalito Garden Art Car Gets New Life by Heather Wilcoxon

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The Fin Car by Bill Lockner

The Fin Car - Art Car Central
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Bill Lockner’s car is a 1979 Volvo that has been enhanced and rebuilt using scrap yard metal, and car parts that were bound for the landfill. “It started out stock,” Lockner explains, “and as time went by, things got added to it.” These things include truck fenders, the back end of a Rambler, and a fin. “[The Fin Car] was an idea to use up and change a car that to me represented soccer moms in the ‘70s,” Lockner says. “Every soccer mom had a ‘79 Volvo.” Lockner’s car features a removable fin, naturally, and is fully operational. He has driven his car to art car festivals throughout Washington, and regularly services his car to keep it running for everyday use. “What I like about it is that it makes me laugh,” Lockner says. “Wherever I go, when I drive it, it makes me laugh.” Lockner has owned five or six art cars over the years, and currently has another that’s a work in progress. His newest car project is a 1975 Gremlin that Lockner hopes to turn into a kinetic sculpture.

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