Video monitors in the windows of the 1936 Chrysler play a continuous loop, and speakers in the car broadcast Mozart's Requiem.
Oooh I love it!
Very nice! Is it a real painted car or a sculpture?
Greetings from Germany, Mario
Nice photo and interesting sculpture. Regards, Michael
I'm glad you like this, Who, Mario, and Michael. I certainly enjoyed seeing (and hearing!) the sculpture. I understand that it's a real car with the insides removed.
I see it's not selected for Google Earth. Oh, well! I guess they just don't appreciate art! ;-)
Very interesting series!!!! My greetings, Magdalena
interesting title and object! very nice shot! regards!
can it be Al Capone's car?
Cool sculputure! Reminds me a little bit the one in Dalí's Museum although this one is all shiny. Best regards. nik
Great car and a wonderful shot Marilyn! I like it! In fact, I like the whole series! Very interesting photos!
Friendly greetings from Ria
That's pretty darn cool looking, Marilyn. You ought to resubmit this one, I think it deserves a spot on the big map.
Many thanks, Magdalena, nctm, nik, Ria, and n12.
nctm, there are no bullet holes in it! ;-)
n1w, thanks to your encouragement, I tweaked the title and resubmitted, and it's now been accepted!
Hey, that's good, Marilyn.
no bullets holes but what little windows...
Very interesting and stylish, Marilyn! Best wishes. Eva
Thanks, Eva. I'm sorry I haven't been stopping by the galleries of my Panoramio friends, but it's been a very busy time, and tomorrow we leave on a trip to China! Best wishes, Marilyn
great photography, I love your work.
Mozart's music in old Chrysler! It's very interesting.
Best wishes, Zosia
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Photo taken in deCordova Sculpture Park and Museum, 51 Sandy Pond Road, Lincoln, MA 01773, USA
Misplaced? Suggest new location