Its in Germany. The owner used to race the XK in the picture. I think his name is Michael Frölich from Fantastische Fahrzeuge. I almost bought a rather nice XK120 Coupé original RHD from him. Its not a discovey, rather an open air museum.
So a load of rusty old cars strewn about is art?
When I bought my 10 acres in rural Indiana, I found that the back 5 acres was covered in broken car parts strewn about, and way in the back overgrown with weeds was a smashed up '96 Mercury Cougar. I didn’t know I was buying an art gallery.
By that definition a great part of rural Indiana is art.
Despite the name, a '96 Cougar is not cool. Took a Ram truck pulling and my John Deere pushing to get it out of there.
I learned from the neighbor that the previous owner and his employees used to play demolition derby back there.
That’s what the owner says, who am I to tell him how to call his garden ?
It was created to celebrate his birthday, with cars from the year he was born. What is art? Going by what is considered art I have no idea, it would seem that one mans garbage is another mans art, and vice versa.
field cars create homes for homeless rodents.