Goodlettsville, Tennessee: Car Parts Transformer (In Transition)

An Optimus Prime autobot, 21 feet tall, made of bumpers, fenders, grills, and other car parts. Toppled by a windstorm in early 2022; owner hopes to have it back up by October.

All Things Custom

Directions:
All Things Custom. I-65 exit 98, then drive south on US-41 for a little over a mile. On the right (west) side of US-41/N. Main St.
Status:
In Transition

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Car Parts Transformer

During the holidays he's dressed festive for the season.

[Phaedra Creed, 04/13/2022]

Transformer.

Transformer-Looking Robot

The robot stands in front of All Things Custom.

[Ruth Sargent, 09/16/2021]

The 21-foot-tall Transformer was built in October 2019 out of bumpers, fenders, grills, and other car parts by the adjacent auto body shop.


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