A wise man once said that drive-in banks were invented so that many cars could see their true owners. Or maybe it was a frugal woman who said that. In any case, by the time those shiny cars leave the bankers’ ownership, they’re not so shiny anymore and they are eventually sent to a junkyard nearby – or far away. And where some might see rusted chassis, engine blocks and scattered parts, others see art materials. This is where Dick Schaefer of Erie, Pennsylvania comes in. Like everything else it started small and got out of hand. So now his yard is dotted with reinvented junk cars and parts. From far it looks ordinary but it’s far from ordinary when you look again.