That describes the Big Viking in Chincoteague, VA.
This fiberglass statue on Chincoteague Island was originally in Delmar, MD where it stood atop a carpet store in the 1950s and 1960s. In the 1960s and 1970s, Addison Nelson bought the statue and relocated it to his country store in Crisfield, MD. The statue stood as the store's mascot until the business closed in the 1980s.
In 1997, it was moved to Marion, MD lying beside the J. Stanley Adams Hardware store due to sign ordinances. Around 2001, the Viking was moved to Chincoteague and stands in a field on Ridge Rd at the corner of Pony Swim Lane.
NOTE: Looking for information on this statue, I came across the term “Muffler Man.” One site explained that this term describes mass-produced fiberglass statues.