El Paso, Texas: Uniroyal Gal

Fiberglass giantess bears a resemblance to 1960s Jackie Kennedy. One of a number of identical Uniroyal Gal statues around the US.
Address:
Mager Dr., El Paso, TX
Directions:
Along Mager Drive between Bernard Lane and La Von Avenue. From Hwy 62/180/Montana Avenue, take Hwy 659/Zaragosa Road southwest a few blocks to Augusta Drive. Turn left on Bernard Lane. Bernard continues as a dirt road after the pavement ends. When you come to a T, turn right and go 1/2 a block.
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Uniroyal Gal.

Uniroyal Gal

Excited to finally see the Uniroyal Gal, and she didn't disappoint! Standing out there in the outskirts of El Paso on a desert path, she is very well kept. She must be keeping up with the times, because now she appears to be sporting an Apple Watch.

[Mayerlin Diaz, 07/05/2020]

Uniroyal Tire Gal.

Uniroyal Gal

She's still there and looks to be in great shape. Off the beaten path, but GPS took me right to her.

[DennisHphoto, 07/11/2017]

Uniroyal Gal of El Paso.

Uniroyal Gal

Uniroyal Gal, a Jackie Kennedy-inspired giant created by International Fiberglass in the late 1960s, beckons towards an empty field on the outskirts of El Paso.

[RoadsideAmerica.com Team, 12/21/2016]

Uniroyal gal.

Uniroyal Gal

She's in good shape. Business appears to be closed. We're trying to contact the owners to see if we can adopt her as a companion for our Muffler Man (Big Roy in Hat Creek, CA).

[Roger Sleight, 12/31/2014]

Please let us know if the arranged marriage goes through!

Uniroyal gal.

Uniroyal Gal of West Texas

East of El Paso, beyond the auto salvage yards and BYOB nude dance clubs, stands a surprisingly snappy fiberglass lady. This Uniroyal Gal appears freshly painted, standing among a pile of junk in a strange "Hacienda" outdoor locale, on a dirt road past a few houses.

[RoadsideAmerica.com Team, 08/07/2010]

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