A precarious accident or whimsical art?

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Victor Hugo multi-storey car park,  Bordeaux,  May 2017

An early 1960s-era Mark 2, in British racing green, hangs precipitously over Cours Victor Hugo in central Bordeaux. Luckily, no Jaguars were harmed in the making of this parking lot.

This car park was built in the 1960s and underwent renovation in the early 1990s. Jean-François Dosso,  the architect  for the renovation works, added a 1960s-era Mark 2 Jaguar, in British racing green

The dangling car has hung there ever since, brightening up an otherwise staid car park.

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Copyright Debbie Smyth, 3 June 2017

Posted as part of Six Word Saturday

 

17 thoughts on “A precarious accident or whimsical art?

    1. Ah, but do you have a classic car like that?!
      When I looked closely at it I really wasn’t sure if it was real or not. The smashed and broken rails looked genuinely accidental. Then good old google told me it had been there since the 90s! I’m so glad someone had a sense of humour when doing this car park job

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