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The boxy appearance of Volvo cars, and thus its parts, worked inspirational for the builder of this fence. This trunk lid windshield is added to a re-purposed building complex at Berkeley, California and is powered with electric engines.

Karl Wanaselja and Cate Leger, lwarc

Volvo Fence (2004)

Superused: 8 Volvo 240 trunk lids (seven in silver)

Re-purposed Building Complex Berkeley, California, USA

Spotted by Seaotter 22, http://www.flickr.com/photos/seaotter22/3013153469/

Placed with kind permission.

The building: https://www.superuse.org/story.php?title=Dwight-Way

More superused material:

Street Sign Fence: https://www.superuse.org/story.php?title=Street-Sign-Fence

Mazda Hatch Railing: https://www.superuse.org/story.php?title=Mazda-Hatch-Railing

Windshield covering: https://www.superuse.org/story.php?title=Windshield-Covering

For miss K!

Curved car parts are excellent building material as well: https://www.superuse.org/story.php?title=Car-Hood-Bandshell

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