So I looked. The indian is in the Badlands of South Dakota.
But the others weren't in the photo file offered.
I'd guess the first one would be Eric Clapton's but, it looks more like a bass guitar so, IDK.
But I did see these in the current 14 pic google earth offerings.
F-15.....What's in YOUR parking lot?
Easy parking spots.....
Which brought to mind, I believe, a Motorwerks dealer near the US 41 and WI State Highway 15 exit.
In the Appleton/Grand Chute area on Victory Lane.
They have a Cooper Mini hung up on one of their building's front wall facing the highways.
A blue one with an English flag on the roof.
But in looking for a maps image showing this, I find both Bing and Google's map images are at least two years old.
And the car might have been put there anywhere from mid 2010 to 2011
But I did find Whiskey Dick Island by LaCrosse, Wisconson.
NO...that is more than likely NOT the name of that island in the Mississippi River.
It is just a right brain/left brain man thing I happened to see whilest scrolling along the state borders on Bing maps satellite view. (the lower left corner has the border between Minnesota and Wisconsin) And it is a mashing together of satellite pictures that happened to be made at different times of the day or even different seasons of the year. The mapping images can be from satellites or airplanes that make multi-angle pictures from lower altitudes for the "Bird's Eye" map images.
Like what Google has done with vehicles for "Google Street View" and such and these images change as you rotate the image.
I remember looking at something in Nebraska several months ago and a Wal*Mart store near Gretna doesn't appear to be there.
But as you rotate for the different views available, you see a graded lot, and a Holiday Inn Express and then a store building. I just noticed it as being odd that it wasn't there on the ariel view and the birds eye view showed 4 different pictures. The mashing of pictures being taken in different months for the mapping program files.