You've no doubt heard of Salvador Dali's melting watch, and here you have his clothed cars.
In 1941 he bought a Cadillac. He never drove it himself but always remained faithful to the brand. an extract from one of his novels may explain why he painted the cars as he did:
"It's too naked, and really embarassing to look at. Too many curves, too many bumps, too many bottoms, too much everything! I told the salesman I would take it only if it could delivered dressed."Although I find Dali's work interesting, I don't find it particularly attractive, nor do I understand very much.