Cadillac Ranch

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May 13, 2021

Everywhere You Should Stop Along Route 66’s Panhandle Expanse

Back on Route 66, you have one more stop before officially exiting Amarillo’s sprawl. Cadillac Ranch is a public art installation featuring 10 heavily-graffitied vintage cars buried nose-down in a roadside pasture and positioned at the same angle as the Great Pyramid of Giza. Created in 1974 by a San Francisco art collective and funded by a local millionaire, the exhibit encourages visitors to leave their own marks on the brightly colored cars, so don’t forget to pick up a few cans of spray paint before you arrive.

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