Friday, January 11, 2008

Airstream Ranch

You've probably heard of Cadillac Ranch,
a tourist attraction considered art by many. It is a series of cars, partially buried tail-end up, in a cow pasture along the old Highway 66 in Amarillo, Texas.

Well, now we have a similar "attraction" right here in Tampa, just across the interstate from Long View RV where I work. The local Airstream dealer, Bates RV, has created Airsteam Ranch. Watch the video to see it, hear Frank Bates explain why he did it, and get reaction from the neighbors. What you you think? Leave a comment below.

If you're traveling on I-4 to the Tampa RV Supershow next week, keep an eye out for it just west of Exit 14. At the show, feel free to stop by and say hi to me at the Gulfstream Coach booth.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

what a waste of good aluminum, art would be if they were restored to there factory looks and shown.