Last Halloween, Jeremy Miller took on the forces of the Galactic Empire in the incredible “Star Wars” snowspeeder costume his father created for his wheelchair. This year … well, let’s just say the 9-year-old won’t be afraid of no ghosts as he goes trick-or-treating.
After putting this year’s costume up for a vote by friends, Jeremy’s dad Ryan Scott Miller actually topped the snowspeeder by transforming his son’s wheelchair into the Ecto-1 from “Ghostbusters.”
Using Funko’s Pop! vinyl Ecto-1 as a model, Miller built an impressive replica of the iconic vehicle, complete with working headlights, tail lights and siren. The rack includes yellow and green canisters, a ladder, a siren light, and two speakers — one for the Ghostbusters siren and the other for the theme music.
“I think we nailed it!” Miller wrote. Indeed they did. He’s shared plenty of photos of the Ecto-1, so you can check out the details.
The Ecto-1 is only the latest in a line of amazing costumes created by Miller for Jeremy’s wheelchair, including a pirate ship, the Batmobile, Captain America’s motorcycle and, of course, the aforementioned “Star Wars” snowspeeder.
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