Dad builds amazing Halloween costume for son
So it's that time of year again when parents go crazy in shopping malls to get the perfect Halloween costume for their kids. It's almost as if there's an unspoken rule amongst moms and dads that they have to compete for the country's most talented parent. However, we think Ryan Miller rightfully wins the title this year.
The creative father has been building custom made Halloween costumes that he can adapt to his son's wheelchair for years. This year, we think he stepped it up a gear when he produced a fully functional Ghostbusters car costume that fits perfectly around the wheelchair.
"This has been the most complicated and difficult build," Miller noted, citing the need for detail and the complex frame.
Miller didn't leave out any vital features to the costume either, the car even displays working headlights and music speakers! Once the masterpiece was finished, Miller and his son, Jeremy, took it out for a spin at the local Children's hospital so they could give it a test drive!
If you want to have a go at making your own Ghostbusters Ecto-1 car, you can follow Miller's detailed step-by-step guide on Instagram.