Muffler Men can be elusive. Check the Muffler Men Map for what we already have on your sighting.
Big Viking still down. Delivered last rites.[J. Darling, 09/22/2016]
The Northmen are notoriously difficult to kill. We have hope that this giant will rise again.
- Ridge Rd, Chincoteague, VA
- Hwy 175 onto Chincoteague Island, then turn south. After several blocks turn left onto Bunting Rd, then turn right onto Ridge Rd. Drive a half-mile. The Viking lies on his back, on the east side of Ridge Rd, just south of Pony Swim Lane and the colorfully painted house.
- Taken down April 2015. Seen lying on his back Aug. 2015.
The Paul Bunyan Muffler Man at River Bend Campground continues his vigil among the trees and trailers. He's traded in his giant shovel for a giant ax.[Sheila Duignan, 09/17/2016]
Aside from desperately needing a new paint job, this fella looks great. His head is still securely attached.[April N, 08/27/2016]
After standing at the lake for 45 years the Chief was taken down in January of 2016. American Giants got him in March and did a five month restoration. They sanded him back down to the gel coat, fixed all his cracks and holes, then primed and repainted him using auto paint that will last for many years. All his fine details were airbrushed on and he was delivered back to the strip on it's 50th anniversary.
He is now standing on the strip once again, looking pretty sharp with his new paint job. Big thank you to Iguana Group for rescuing him and having him restored. This Chief also has the full support and love of the local community, who also hope to see the Halfwit restored and returned soon.[Joel Baker, 08/24/2016]
There he stands, right on the edge of the rodeo grounds. An easy detour off of 101.[April N, 08/24/2016]