|A sculpture of the Queen made entirely|
from hundreds car parts has been created
by Kwik Fit ahead of the monarch’s 90th
birthday. (Picture from: http://adf.ly/1Zmmc9)
The result is a bust later named 'Queen of Parts' was created to commemorate the 90th anniversary of the Queen of England which falls on Thursday, April 21, 2016. The artist and employees of the repair companies collect hundreds components of cars and trucks to be used as a crown, hair, face, neck, jewelry, and clothes of the Queen.
Some of the components used are bumper, headlights, fan, tires, rims, spark plugs, to the small ring. The components used to make the statue of Queen Elisabeth II has a total weight of 115 kilograms (250 lbs) with a height of 3 meters (10 ft).
David Parfitt, an artist who led the project, said that for the crown, it uses the indicator lights of Austin K2, a military truck which was once used by the Queen. In 1945, Her Highness was trained as a mechanic of the British army.