Waxahachie, Texas: Muffler Man - Indian Chief
Towering fiberglass man decked out in ceremonial headdress, war-paint, and a short-sleeved golf shirt. Roadsideamerica.com Report...
Visitor Tips and News About Muffler Man - Indian Chief
"The Chief" broke both ankles in a high wind storm, and took a few bullets through the abdomen, but he still prevailed! He is repaired and now sporting a new look, complete with a pair of black under-armor shoes![NDN Football, 09/17/2011]
Stopped by to see this M-Man and discovered the entire football field is under construction and the muffler man gone! I asked some of the workers about him and they told me he blew down in a wind storm and was being repaired off site. Hope to see this Indian back on the field soon.[Joel Baker, 06/12/2011]
Indian Chief Muffler Man
Attached is a better view of the Waxahachie, TX Muffler Man. I visited him on Labor Day weekend and he is in great shape, save for a 6-inch gash on the back of his left leg. The stadium in which he stands is open for joggers, etc., so it is easy to go there and visit him.
That day was cool because I was able to see three different types of Muffler Men in one day, as I went to Dallas that afternoon and saw a regular type and "Half-Wit" as well.[Joel Manuel, 10/01/2001]
The town south of Dallas on I-35 called Waxahachie has as it's school mascot a old chief auto parts man saluting in the end zone of the high school football field.[adem, 10/04/1998]