Playboy Marfa, the attraction featuring a 1972 Dodge Charger planted on a cinder block next to the Playboy logo outside the middle-of-nowhere West Texas town of Marfa, has caused plenty of trouble since it went up. The state ordered it to be taken down. Now, it may take a more famous roadside icon with it.
It turns out that residents of West Texas aren't exactly warming up to Playboy's "art installation" just outside of the small town of Marfa, which features a 1972 Dodge Charger on a hollowed-out concrete block next to the famed bunny logo. Here's why.
Ever been to Marfa, Texas? Located in the far western part of the state not far from the Mexican border, it's a tiny town that happens to be full of great restaurants, quirky art galleries, oddball cars and strange attractions. The last three come together in a new installation commissioned by Playboy featuring a…