LESSON 1: ASK YOURSELF THE PROPER QUESTIONS
There are two main questions you must ask to yourself and, the most important, you are obliged to answer (Don't hurry up. Take it easy):
1) Is the Car crashed?
2) Is it in an Art Gallery?
If "not" to both questions: No doubts. You are anywhere not related neither with Cars nor with Art. Congratulations! You are saving time and money.
If "not" to question 1 and "yes" to question 2, be cautious: you are in a car dealer. Be wise with your choice. Cars are forever... (or are diamonds?)
If "yes" to question 1 and "not" to question 2, be careful: you are in a junkyard.
Have you mistaken a junkyard for an Art Gallery? Be careful, except if there is an artist there, well identified by his artistic tools (welding equipment, radial saw, hydraulic press, pneumatic hammer, fix-all "Clarkson Lted" hammer, a Ferrari...)
If "yes" to both questions: No doubts. It's Art!
Buy it! You are doing charity. You are supporting artists and helping to the expensive maintenance of their supercars. You are an awesome philanthropic human being. Well done!
1) Art Gallery (no, it isn't a Junkyard) by Petzel Gallery - petzel.com
2) Junkyard (no, it isn't an Art Gallery) by Karrmann - commons.wikimedia.org