The Cadillac Ranch Is Still Alive and Well [VIDEO]
So the Comic Con/Exotic Animals weekend in The Panhandle came to a close with a trip to the Cadillac Ranch. Luke from KFYO had never been to this iconic art installation.
If you have never been to see this unique art installation, here's the long and short of it.
The Cadillac Ranch was created in 1974 by a group known as Ant Farm and supported by the late eccentric millionaire Stanley Marsh 3. These Cadillacs, ranging from 1949-1963, were buried head first at an angle that the artists say mimic the pyramids of Giza.
In 1997, the Ranch was moved two miles to the west due to the growth of Amarillo.
Now, 44 years later, it's still there, and still a monument to the odd art of the 70s.
People are still encouraged to come out and add to the iconic Cadillacs.
You can read more about the Cadillac Ranch and Stanley Marsh 3 (who died in 2014 at the age of 76) at Legends of America.