St. Petersburg, Florida: Car Parts LizardA rooftop lizard catching a fly, both made of parts of old St. Petersburg city vehicles.
- 7th Ave. N., St. Petersburg, FL
- East side I-275 downtown, but you'll get a better view if you exit the freeway and drive to 7th Ave. N., then drive west, past the trailer park, across the train tracks, until it dead-ends at I-275. (Inside a city maintenance yard, so access may be restricted.) Roof of last building on left, on the southwest corner of St. Peterburg City Vehicle Motor Pool.
Visitor Tips and News About Car Parts Lizard
Impressively large scrap metal lizard welded from old chrome bumpers and other car parts. Its long tongue is pulling down a giant fly. The sculpture is on the roof of a maintenance building, visible from the highway.[RoadsideAmerica.com Team, 11/08/2014]
It is near Tropicana Field where the Tampa Bay Rays play baseball.[Chris Pearson, 06/20/2013]
Seriously, don't waste your time. It's a steel lizard. On a roof. That's it.[Andrew Patron, 10/09/2010]
It's a lizard made out of old city vehicles on top of the the maintenance building in the St. Peterburg City Vehicle Motor Pool. It has some license plates on it and a cool looking fly.[Chris Krollage, 03/13/2004]