David Jones and Tony Balistreri have three cars unusually displayed in their front yard.
A 1959 Cadillac was cut in half with both ends partially buried in the yard. The headlights and taillights are lit in the evening. An experiment to route their home's dryer exhaust to the car's tailpipe didn't work.
A 1969 Volkswagen Beetle was also cut in half. The front half was integrated with their fence, which allows their dogs to sit inside the car with a view of the front yard.
A 1930 Model A Roadster badly damaged by a fire sits in the yard (hard to see in the shadows of the current street view scene).