One of the best things about Palm Springs is of course the mid century architecture. These are the kinds of buildings I grew up seeing everywhere in Southern California. Having lived in a city as small as Wellington for several years now, I am intrigued by the idea that the scale of America still allows for the common site of urban ruins. Buildings, mini malls, hotels, homes, and schools that fall out of use, into disrepair, and remain that way because there is always more empty land to be developed somewhere else. And because the new shiny thing often holds greater allure.
This particular dealership has probably been closed for years. If it ever gets reappropriated I hope they hang on to that "mac macgruder" font.