An elderly couple in Wasilla, Alaska turned their pickup truck into a giant red Radio Flyer.
(They got the idea after visiting a car show where they saw another Radio Flyer car.)
The couple worked on the car for 11 months. They used the base of a 1976 Mazda B1600 pickup truck.
The 68-year-old husband had the construction skills needed to do the work. His hobby is building home aircraft, so this wasn't too different.
Lots of components from the Mazda are still in the flyer, including the instrument panel, steering column, levels, frame and engine. The man added smaller wheels, hubcaps painted white and used old laundry detergent caps for the hubs.
He also made the 8-foot tall handle from PVC piping wrapped in fiberglass. It rises from the front bumper high over the windshield.
There's no storage space on the wagon, so the man made an especially big glove compartment.