Houston, Texas: 70-foot Saxophone Made from Cars - MovedNamed "Smokesax," it's a one-of-a-kind sax made of old VW car parts by artist Bob "Daddy-O" Wade. Moved into storage March 2013; its owners hope to put it back up elsewhere in Houston some time soon.
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The Orange Show Foundation has acquired the Blue Sax, Also called "Smokesax" and will be moving it into a storage facility on Munger street between downtown and Hobby Airport. It will be installed on the Orange Show's East end property, although an exact site is yet to be determined.[Momazilla, 03/03/2013]
The sax is now blue. There was a nice amount of parking. A nice photo op if in the area.[Jeremy, 07/26/2011]
Newly painted blue...[Karyn, 01/13/2010]
I stopped by recently and the new owner of the property was there, renovating the building. He said that he is fully renovating the sculpture - removing rust, repairing broken glass, and repainting it blue - and that a new bar will be opening on the site in fall of 2009.[Boston David, 08/28/2009]
Very cool, but it's looking worn, restaurant has been closed for some time and there has been no upkeep. If you want to see it you better hurry.[Scott, 04/14/2009]