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’75 Lincoln Continental hood serves as canvas for rusty portrait of Abraham Lincoln

Abraham Lincoln portrait on Lincoln Continental hood

There are examples in the past where the creative genii across the world have transformed scarp auto parts into amazing pieces of art. We, at autochunk, really appreciate anything meaningful and usually introduce you with such creations coming out of scrap auto parts that are left in the backyard to rust and finally destroyed. However, creative artists find art in them and what usually comes out is always something you can appreciate.

Here is one such creation coming from Milwaukee Modern that uses discarded and unloved auto parts into art and things that you can use in your living space. The one here in question is a hood of 1975 Lincoln Continental that serves as a canvas for the rusty portrait of Abraham Lincoln carved into its paint.

The portrait weighs 75 lbs but you can hang it on your wall like any other portrait. To know more about their other products coming out of scrap parts, hit the Milwaukee Modern site here and you will find the similar portrait of Che Guevara carved in a similar fashion carved on 1962 Chevy Nova hood featuring an actual 1958 license plate from Havana.

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