What's going on, Albuquerque?
As I posted on your Facebook, this is an incredible vehicle and photo. I would love to have this car in my yard as a conversation piece even if I had to fight my village's city council about its presence. Actually, this one looks like it has tires and might run. By the way notice I called it a "car" not a "truck" at the beginning. With me, it's kind of like people called every kind of sode drink a coke.
I'm glad you like it- I was fascinated by the plastic tubs etc on and under the bed. They look clean, like they haven't been there long. There's a shop vac too. Someone has plans in the making...
Mount that truck on a "stick", instant art. Don't know that there are any rules as to how long the stick has to be.
Funny. Not quite instant- that coloration took years to evolve...
Instant as in instant conversion from inoperable vehicle to work of art. I'm thinking 1940 Chevy.
On further research, appears to be a 1941.
So another Chevy on a stick- ABQ could use 2...
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