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Save the Junkyards. Remember the days when we were young hot rodders and would spend many enjoyable moments in the junkyards.  Remember when you could remove your own parts or just look around.  Remember when you would be walking around and look at an old rusty wreck and dream about fixing it up. Remember the old fashion junkyards and this endangered American symbol--the junkyard. 

Bill's Junkyard and Salvage

Bills Junkyard & Salvage Yard Art Prints (Free Shipping)

Original: $349


Forget the bald eagle, snail darter and spotted owl. Today's topic is the latest endangered American symbol -- the auto junkyard. In the olden days they were everywhere -- acres of twisted metal rusting with defiant ease. Every town  had a couple of junkyards with assorted mechanical carcass for us to get the needed parts for our old cars.  "Save the Junkyards

Save the Junkyards

Save the Junkyards Art Print (Free Shipping)

Original: SOLD


It all started when he  bought a fixer-upper in an obscure corner of Maine. The house came with its own field of dreams with buried fender-deep, were ten junked cars. A few years lated  more old heaps were added as shown in this watercolor painting. Save the Junkyards.

 What Happens in the Junkyard Stays in the Junkyard 

Prints Available please inquire

Original: $299

 


In the old days the junkyard was protected by one or more dogs.  They would roam around the property protecting and guarding all of the owners valuable old relics.  The junkyard artist remembers a very protective German Sheppard that protected a junkyard in Medfield.

 Junkyard Dogs 

Prints Available please inquire

Original: $299

 


In 1954, Corvettes debuted. The next year it was Corvette station wagons, also known as 1955 Chevy Nomads, manufactured for only three years, they have remained popular and some folks claim these are a legend in their time. Many of the 23,167 were two-toned just like the 1956 stunner in the foreground.

 Chevy Nomads in the weeds 

Chevy Nomads in a  Junkyard Art Print (Free Shipping)

Original: $199


This 1930 Model A actually sports red wire wheels not hubcaps, but (Model A with red wirewheels) just didn't sound like a catchy title.


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 Model A with Red Hubcaps 

11" x 14" matted Art Prints Available
please inquire

Original: $199

 


In her day, when modified, this little beauty was the fastest car on the road and on the track as any middle aged hot rodder will tell you. Today residing in a junkyard, retired for many years and resting among tall weeds, she is still a jewel.

 56 Chevy with Vegetation 

1956 Chevy with Vegetation Art Print (Free Shipping)

Original: $199


This old Farm truck still rests on a Dairy Farm in Southern NH. This photo taken in 1969 was used for Harvey's Truck. 

 Harvey's Old farm Truck

11" x 14" matted Art Prints Available
please inquire

Original: $199

 


Watercolor painting of a rusted out car spotted in the woods of  Sherborn, MA This photo was used for this painting.

Vintage Tin in the woods

11" x 14" or 16" x 20" matted Art Prints Available please inquire

Original: $199

 


2000 Watercolor painting by the junkyard artist of a 51 Buick located in a Maine Junkyard.  This is one of the original junkyard art junkyard paintings! 

1951 Buick resting by a tree

11" x 14" matted Art Prints Available
please inquire

Original: $199

 


Borrowed from  earlier show cars the Ford Skyliner and Mercury Sun Valley hardtops debuted with a tinted Plexiglass roof panel.  These were affectingly became known as glass tops.  Glass tops depicts a 54,55,56 Ford and 55&56 Mercury Sunvalley resting on a rural farm waiting for someone to fix them up..

Glass Top Farm

Glass Top Farm Matted Print Sizes

Original: $249

 


Borrowed from  earlier show cars the Ford Skyliner and Mercury Sun Valley hardtops debuted with a tinted Plexiglass roof panel.  These were affectingly became known as glass tops.  Glass tops depicts a 54,55,56 Ford and 55&56 Mercury Sun Valley resting in a western desert ranch waiting for someone to fix them up..

Sun Valley Ranch

Sun Valley Ranch Matted Print Sizes

Original: $249

 


 

 


Miscellaneous Junkyard Scenes 
Please inquire about availability

Retired Rat Rod
SALE!!! Original:  $100 
Prints Available please inquire

the Junkyard Gang
SALE!!! Original:  $100
Prints Available please inquire

the Old Junkyard Ramp Truck
SALE!!! Original:  $100
 
Prints Available please inquire

Old Skool Rocks

Junkyard University
SALE!!! Original:  $100 
Prints Available please inquire

 Rat Rod Pickup
SALE!!! Original:  $100 
Prints Available please inquire

Chopped & Channeled
SALE!!! Original:  $100 
Prints Available please inquire


Frequency Asked Questions:
What is a Giclee? A Giclee, pronounced zee-clay, is a process utilizing the latest digital technology and sophisticated machinery and software to replicate original works of art. They are  high quality prints made from a high resolution digital image sprayed onto watercolor paper using very permanent ink. Giclée prints are guaranteed to be far more permanent than prints made using cheaper methods. They are the next best thing to owning the original!
What is a Standard Print? A Standard Print is printed on High Gloss photo paper and they are not signed & numbered

Vintage Tin found by the junkyard Artist 

 

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