Auto part sculpture, 'Rustic Locomotive' - Unique Recycled Metal Rustic Train Sculpture Mexico Curate

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Rustic Locomotive Unique Recycled Metal Rustic Train Sculpture Mexico

Discarded thick wires, metal sheets, pulleys and screws become a train engine... more

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Discarded thick wires, metal sheets, pulleys and screws become a train engine under the ingenious creativity of Mexico's Armando Ramírez. Once the main frame of the engine is built, Ramírez transforms a car bearing and spark plugs into characteristic train parts. Ramírez recycles bendix parts from a car's electric system into the train's cauldrons, which are joined together with thick wire and a brush holder from a car's electric system.

Please note it is the artist's intention not to give his sculptures a fine polished finish, therefore smudges and scratches may be present.

  • 2.65 kgs
  • 5.8 lbs
  • 17.5 cm H x 11.5 cm W x 29 cm D
  • 7" H x 4.5" W x 11.5" D

  • Recycled metal
  • Features a rustic, rugged finish
  • Components may vary slightly in size and form
  • Free Gift Wrap? Yes
  • Premium Gift Wrap? Yes
  • Made in Mexico.
  • Certified and shipped by our office in Mexico

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