Charlie Taylor, Owner
Belinda is a 1960 Ford Falcon covered with so many beads, buttons, and bits of
junk that you can never really expect to see each and every piece.
Created over a four year period by artist Ray Chapman and friends, Belinda comes
complete with a wild boar, the head mounted on the hood and the butt mounted on
There are a variety of totally strange trophies, more stupid slogan
buttons than you care to read, BIG steer horns mounted boldly on the roof next to
several loud speakers... and all of this is topped off with intricate running
lights on both sides of the car.
Belinda is a spectacle, of that there is no doubt. Is it any wonder then, that
when Ray Chapman decided to sell Belinda, Tom Kennedy and Shelley Buschur arrived
in Dallas with a trailer to take her to a new home in Houston. Several years later, they sold Belinda. Now Charlie Taylor is her proud guardian.