News: Since Retirement, We've Had Lots of Time on Our Hands. Lots.

Since Retirement, We've Had Lots of Time on Our Hands. Lots.

Since Retirement, We've Had Lots of Time on Our Hands. Lots.

Kudos to Fred Keller and Judy Foster, of Anchorage, Alaska, for undertaking quite possibly the DIY project of the year. The retired couple spent 11 months converting a 1976 Mazda pickup truck into a gigantic radio flyer wagon car.

"'I think the words I hear the most often is 'awesome' or 'cool' or people go by and give us a 'hi' sign,' says Foster. 'The wheels are made from hub caps and detergent bottles, and the steering wheel is the actual wheel from a wagon. The handle rises eight feet high.'"

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Since Retirement, We've Had Lots of Time on Our Hands. Lots.

Since Retirement, We've Had Lots of Time on Our Hands. Lots.

Since Retirement, We've Had Lots of Time on Our Hands. Lots.

Since Retirement, We've Had Lots of Time on Our Hands. Lots.

Since Retirement, We've Had Lots of Time on Our Hands. Lots.

Since Retirement, We've Had Lots of Time on Our Hands. Lots.

Since Retirement, We've Had Lots of Time on Our Hands. Lots.

Since Retirement, We've Had Lots of Time on Our Hands. Lots.

3 Comments

This is one of those idea, where someone would say "hey wouldnt it be cool/funny if we made a replica/giant ______". But not many would actually follow through, so props for these 2.

totally cool

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