Man Made Attraction / Novelty
The Muffler Man in Van Nuys, California is named after the proprietor of Tune Up Masters, Kevin.
This Muffler Man, named Sergio, isn’t advancing suppressors, yet he stays in the auto business as he serves to attract consideration regarding Automobile Alley in the Boyle Heights locale of Los Angeles, only east of downtown.
The Grotto consists of a landscaped hillside of 125 small stone and cement structures; the handiwork of the creative genius, Brother Joseph Zoetl, O.S.B., a monk of the Abbey for almost 70 years.
Hayward’s Big Mike goes back to the mid-1960s. Some piece of the Bunyan’s profession was spent publicizing the Morris auto wash on Mission Avenue.
Cadillac Ranch is an open craftsmanship establishment and model in Amarillo, Texas, U.S.
Carhenge, which replicates Stonehenge, consists of the circle of cars, 3 standing trilithons within the circle, the heel stone, slaughter stone, and 2 station stones and includes a “Car Art Preserve” with sculptures made from cars and parts of cars. Located just north of Alliance, Nebraska, Carhenge is formed from vintage American automobiles, painted gray to replicate Stonehenge. Built by Jim Reinders as a memorial to his father, it was dedicated at the June 1987 summer solstice.
Chicken Boy was initially roosted on a seared chicken eatery in downtown Los Angeles on Broadway somewhere around fourth and fifth lanes, close to L.A’s. Grand Central Market in the 1960s.
Disarray Hill is a roadside fascination in Piercy, California. The fascination, which opened in 1949, incorporates what is named as a “gravity house,” a structure fabricated to give the inside guests tilt-instigated optical illusions, like the point of view on a gravity slope.
Coral Castle is a stone structure made by the Latvian American erratic north of the city of Homestead, Florida in Miami-Dade County at the convergence of South Dixie Highway.