Scrap Metal Roadrunner

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@ 2017-02-09 14:13:08
The Roadrunner was made by Nick Wieman and friends, back in 1975 as a high school art project. It was placed there for a few years until the school found out that some school lockers were used in this project, So they removed it and sold it for scrap. Nick has since passed.