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"In order to promote the new Citigo in Britain, Czech carmaking brand Skoda presented an interesting and controversial replica of Stonehenge national monument, this time built from recycled cars painted to look a bit like rocks. The sculpture, which has been unveiled in time for the evening of the Summer Solstice, was set up on London’s Southbank. This huge piece of car art took three months to be completed by a team led by sculptor Tommy Gun. They used a total of 18 cars for the repl..." Continue Reading →
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