Boston's Art of the Automobile


The Art of the Automobile, which corresponds with the city’s ArtWeek, for the third year in row kicked off New England’s outdoor Car Show Season. Limited to only 110 cars, the idea of this show was to present to the public a little bit from each segment of the whole car culture. Needless to say, if you love cars, there was something there you’d like. 
There were ten specifically procured art vehicles, including the lowest mileage ’48 Pontiac Woody know to exist and Briggs Cunningham’s personal driver Mercedes-Benz 6.3. And then there were the latest exotics, jacked up trucks, slammed and stanced rides, some modern classics, and some true classics. A little bit for everyone, indeed. 
Friend of the Hooniverse, Joshua Sweeney (some of his work here), made the above video. His additional pictures can be seen on the Art of Automobile Facebook page. 

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