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Art Car Parade (Part 4)

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This is the fourth, and last, installment covering the Art Car Parade that my husband and I went to on Saturday, April 16, 2016. This post will cover the Grand Opening of the new Victoria Five Points Museum of Contemporary Art which opened on the same day as the Art Car Parade. The museum will house and display some of the vehicles all year round when they are not been shown at various locations.

1963 Impala by Mathew Muniz


“Golden Child” 1979 Lincoln Continental with Gold Flake Custom Paint by Freddy Leal


“Suavecito” 1979 Ford Thunderbird Blue Flake Custom Paint by Benny Leal, Jr.


“Lucky Charm” 1985 Chevrolet Caprice by Paul Vela

“El Jefe” 1964 Chevrolet Caprice by Freddy Leal

“Iron Maiden” by Kenny Browning & Noah Edmundson


“Lost Worlds” by Noah Edmundson


Child’s Pedal Car with Custom Metallic Flake Paint Job by the Leal Brothers


Custom Welded Artwork by Noah Edmundson

This concludes the four part series covering the Art Car Parade and the new Museum of Contemporary Art. I sincerely hope that you have enjoyed my photos of these cars. Even if you are not really a “car person,” the sheer artistry of their custom paint jobs is still beautiful to look at and appreciate!

If you have not seen the first three parts in this series, you can find them here:
Art Car Parade (Part 1)
Art Car Parade (Part 2)
Art Car Parade (Part 3)

Art Car Parade (Part 3)

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As promised in my Art Car Parade (Part 2) post, this is the third installment covering the Art Car Parade that my husband and I went to on Saturday, April 16, 2016. Here are some more vehicles that we saw in the parade. However, these vehicles are different from the ones shown in the two previous posts. These entries are classic vintage, as well as low riders and modified cars.

Since I have no real information on the vehicles and I am not good at identifying makes and models of cars, I will just let the photos speak for themselves. Some of these vehicles have some very detailed custom artwork done on them! I hope that you enjoy the photos!


There will be one more post in this series. It will cover the Museum of Contemporary Art which houses some of these vehicles when they are not out on the road being shown at area events.

If you haven’t already seen them, be sure to check out Art Car Parade (Part 1) and Art Car Parade (Part 2), as well as Art Car Parade (Part 4) in this series.