Giant Vehicles (page 1)

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Cadillac Building
Tarzana, CA
The Cadillac Building was built in 1987. It was designed by Matlin-Dvoretzky to resemble the front end of a 1970s Cadillac. The building was previously painted pink. It was painted white around 2010. This complex of retail and office space is known as Fleetwood Square. For more, see this website. [map]

Giant Hood Ornament:
Cartersville, GA [map]

Giant Radio Flyer Wagon
Spokane, WA
The Giant Radio Flyer Wagon is located in Riverfront Park. It was created by Ken Spiering in 1990. This wagon is 27 feet long and 12 feet tall which is slightly smaller than the one in Chicago (shown below). The handle functions as a slide. [map]

Giant Radio Flyer Wagon
Chicago, IL
Giant Wagon
Unadilla, NE
The Giant Radio Flyer Wagon in Chicago is located on the lawn in front of the company's headquarters. At 24 feet long, this is the World's Largest Wagon. The wheels are eight feet in diameter. This wagon was built in 1997. It was inspired by the 45 feet tall model that was produced for the 1933 World's Fair. Radio Flyer has been producing wagons since 1917. Unfortunately, this wagon can only be photographed through the fencing now. In 2016, the Wagon was removed for a restoration. In 2017, it was displayed in downtown Chicago before returning to headquarters. For more, see this website. [map]

The Giant Wagon in Unadilla is located at Nitty Gritty Gas and Thrift. From around 2012-214, there was a giant cart here. The Wagon was installed around 2018. [map]

Giant Bulldozer
Turlock, CA
The Giant Bulldozer functions as office space for the United Equipment Company. The 22-foot-tall structure was built in 1977. The company's president was inspired to have it built after seeing a giant bulldozer on top of a factory in Japan. [map]

Giant Crane
Mt. Vernon, WA
Giant Skateboard
Orlando, FL
This Giant Crane was built in 1988 as the corporate office for Sicklesteel Cranes. [map]

This Giant Skateboard was installed around 2011 for EMAD Electric Skateboards. That store was gone by 2015 but the Skateboard is still there. [map]

Giant Bicycle
High Point, NC
Giant Bicycle
Taylors, SC
(now Greenville, SC)
Giant Bicycle
Easton, PA
Giant Tricycle
Livingston, IL
Motorcycle [gone]
Las Vegas, NV
The Giant Bicycle in High Point is installed on the roof of Bicycle Toy & Hobby on Main Street. It has been there since at least 2004. [map]

The Giant Bicycle in Taylors was located at Gusto Cycles when this photo was taken in 2009. By 2015, the store and bicycle were gone. It was moved to the Swamp Rabbit Cafe & Grocery in Greenville, SC. [map]

The Giant Bicycle in Easton is installed on the roof of Genesis Bicycles. [map]

The Giant Tricycle is located at the Pink Elephant Antique Mall. [map]

This Harley-Davidson Motorcycle projected over the entrance to the Harley-Davidson Cafe. It was installed in 1997. It was still there in 2016 but the store and motorcycle were gone by 2017. For more, see these websites: 1 and 2.

More Bicycles & Tricycles:
Fayetteville, NC
Spartanburg, SC [vintage; gone]
Roanoke, VA

More Motorcycles:
Whiting, IA [gone]
Andrews, NC
Valdese, NC

Rocket Smog
Los Angeles, CA
Rocket Smog was a smog inspection shop. It had been here since at least 1997. The shop had been closed since 2015. In 2019, the building was housing LG Exotic Auto Transport and a plumbing company. The building now houses Space Flyt, a marijuana dispensary. [map]

Jets Statue
Owatonna, MN
Flying Saucer
Haslett, MI
Flying Saucer
Everett, WA
This Jets Statue depicts three T-38 jets flying in formation. They are painted in the Air Force's Thunderbirds colors. This statue used to be at a nearby air museum which is now closed. It is now installed next to I-35 near the Owatonna Regional Airfield. For more, see this website. [map]

This Flying Saucer in Haslett is located at Contractors Repair. [map]

This Flying Saucer in Everett was built by Peter Reiquam in 2010. The sculpture, entitled "Landing Zone", is 16 feet wide and 14 feet high. It is located in Paine Field Community Park. For more, see this website. [map]

Flying Saucer
Winter Park, FL (now Orlando, FL)
This Flying Saucer is located at Skycraft Surplus which opened in 1974. It originally revolved and the lights flashed. Just after these photos were taken in 2021, the store moved to Orlando. The Flying Saucer is being restored and will be installed on the new store's sign pole. I believe the rockets will also be moved to the new location. [map]

Mobile, AL
Wallace, ID
This Spaceship in Mobile is located at Toomey's Mardi Gras. It was installed around 2013. These Flying Saucers were mass-produced and there are still a few others like this around the country. [map]

This Spaceship in Wallace was installed in front of the Red Light Garage antiques store and restaurant in 2009. It came from a movie prop store in Spokane, WA. [map]

Flying Saucer
Lathrop, CA
This Flying Saucer appears to have crash landed on the roof of a Tower Mart gas station convenience store. It is about 30 feet in diameter. It has been there since at least 2007. Inside the store, there are aliens consuming and stealing groceries. The other side of the Flying Saucer projects through to the interior. For more, see this website. [map]

More Flying Saucers:
Burbank, CA [gone]
Sacramento, CA
Platteville, CO
Plymouth, FL [gone]
Asbury Park, NJ
Roswell, NM
Socorro, NM
Mars, PA
Bowman, SC
Blountville, TN
Rogersville, TN
Austin, TX
Seattle, WA
Moonbeam, ON

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