Muffler Men can be elusive. Check the Muffler Men Map for what we already have on your sighting.
The Muffler Man was completely refurbished with new paint, etc., upon arrival in Tucson from Rapid City, SD. Since he arrived right before Christmas 2015, he was immediately dressed in Santa Claus attire, and again for Christmas 2016. He will be changed into it every year. Throughout the rest of the year he is dressed for digging ditches while representing our great University of Arizona.[Cummings Plumbing, 02/16/2017]
Reported many years ago on RoadsideAmerica.com, this Uniroyal Gal stood at a boat business along Highway 50 that had gotten her from Griffith Tire in the early '90s. She was kind of a local landmark. The boat business was closed down and bulldozed, and today a Bank of America and Publix stand on the spot, and the area is all developed. The man who owned the business passed away, but his son kept everything, including the Uniroyal Gal.[Joel Baker, 02/12/2017]
- In Transition
- Mifflintown, Pennsylvania - Chief Merrill
Oh no! The Chief is no longer at the football field. The owner has him and says that Merrill will be on display once again during Richfield Dutch Days.[JayBeeYell, 02/04/2017]
Richfield Dutch Days is an annual mid-July event.
Juniata Senior High School
- 3931 William Penn Hwy, Mifflintown, PA
- Juniata Senior High School. From William Penn Hwy, driving north, cross Nelson Rd and then make first right into the school. Take next right and you'll see the football field on the left, with the Muffler Man standing at the end nearest you.
- Feb. 2017: Reported stored away.
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The Happy Halfwit Muffler Man stands at a complex with an expo center and the family fun center![Anthony B, 01/22/2017]
Arnold's Family Fun Center
- 422 Business Center, 2200 West Drive, Oaks, PA
- Arnold's Family Fun Center. From I-76/Schuylkill Expressway drive west to King of Prussia exit, Hwy 202 South (West Chester). Stay in right lane for US Hwy 422 West (Pottstown). Exit US Hwy 422 at Oaks, then turn left onto Egypt Rd. At the third light turn left onto Station Ave. Follow signs for Expo Center.
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A Muffler Man stands at Copeland Switch Antique Shop just north of town. He was originally a Phillips 66 Cowboy and was shipped from International Fiberglass to Georgia. He toured Georgia during the promotion and was retired at a local muffler shop in Savannah when Phillips 66 ended the program. The muffler shop was purchased in 1978 and turned into a car wash, but the new owners did not want the Muffler Man, so he was taken down and hauled up to Cameron, SC.
The Muffler Man was stored on his back in the woods for 37 years until his owners heard about the sale of the Stamper Miner in Rapid City and decided to sell him. The hatless cowboy was sold in late 2015 and moved here.[Joel Baker, 01/20/2017]
Eerily close to the location of another cowboy Muffler Man that was 3 miles south in Grove before its business closed in 2010 or so.