Muffler Men can be elusive. Check the Muffler Men Map for what we already have on your sighting.
We were visiting the Pahrump Valley Museum and saw this big broken statue in the outside display area. There wasn't any information about him and we didn't ask in the museum so I don't know how he ended up there. When I did a search I found the Big Friend on your site. Good news is he has been saved; bad news is he's in bad shape. It looks like the scrap yard scavenged his framework, so he may never stand again.[Karen, 03/05/2016]
The museum intends to keep him, and hopes to eventually restore his fiberglass damage, if they can get the funds. The current display is oddly satisfying -- as if a fairy tale giant has been eaten by monster birds.
Visited the Big White Guy statue on 2/19/2016, and it was behind the strip mall. Not sure if it's a temporary move or they're planning a relocation.[Tom, 02/19/2016]
The Longmont Muffler Man is alive and well and still guarding the yard![Cynthia Schulz, 02/16/2016]
Giant University of Arizona cowboy at 5141 N. Casa Grande Hwy. Arizonans biggest fan.[Kevin, 02/16/2016]
Visited the Muffler Man in Calgary with a buddy and took some photos. He was cold, but standing tall and looking good.[WayneOnTheRoad, 01/28/2016]
Calgary Tunneling and Horizontal Augering
- 9424 60 St. SE, Calgary, AB, Canada
- Calgary Tunneling and Horizontal Augering. Southeast edge of the city. Hwy 210 exit at Glenmore Trail SE W. Drive west 2.5 kilometers to the first stoplight. Turn left onto 52 St. SE. Drive one kilometer. Turn left at the stoplight onto 94 Ave. SE. The road becomes a gravel road, but keep driving. When it bends sharply left you'll see the Muffler Man on the right.
- RA Rates:
- Worth a Detour