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Crashed Car Randomly Gets A Golden Makeover


A Toyota Camry crashed in Melbourne, Australia a few weeks ago and it was quickly abandoned with the keys left in the ignition. A street artist seized the opportunity and turned this car into a gold masterpiece.


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