I am a Redneck. I used to have at least a dozen or so junk cars laying around, and eventually I would get one stripped so clean that it wasn't worth having around anymore. I had a guy that would come around once a week looking for scrap metal, and if I had anything for him I would drag it around front and put it in the drive in front of the barn. That was the ONLY place he was allowed to take cars and parts from. We had a great deal going... He got all my scrap metal and I got rid of my old shells that I had no use for. This one was pretty much used up! It was a '74 Buick LeSabre 2-door that I think someone gave to me without a motor or trans. I used it for demo derby practice and eventually just used it to pile my scrap in, and then when it was ready to go I was going to take it around front for the scrap guy. However, I got sort of attached to the thing with all the appliances and other odds and ends piled on it, I just had to take a few pictures. This picture has been a favorite of mine for years, and if I still had access to a full size color plotter, I'd blow it up real big and make a wall hanging of it to go next to the now famous "Redneck Grilling, 1992" picture that hangs in our living room. So I need your opinions... Is this a work of art, or is it just a picture of a pile of junk? I think it captures the heart and soul of the struggling GearHead and the picture captures without a doubt the typical packrat who never gets rid of anything, as if someday he'll have a use for an old thrashed Buick, some old fence wire, and a 20 year old stove... So what do you think?