Father Mods Little Tykes Cozy Coupes Into Mad Max Vehicles For His Two Young Children

April 27, 2017

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These are a handful of shots of the Little Tykes Cozy Coupes that father Ian Pfaff modded into Mad Max style vehicles for children, two-year old Junior and five-month old Benji. Ian uses all sorts of found objects to complete the look, including parts from old bikes, barbecue grills, computers, an espresso machine -- Ian's wife Emily even donated her old breast pumps, which are seen as the exhaust pipes on top of the car on the right. Nice work, Ian. Just real quick though -- those kids have had their tetanus shots, right? Because one time I cut myself on a piece of wire fencing on my uncle's farm and it got infected and I got lockjaw and couldn't open my mouth or talk. "Best three weeks of my life." Mom! "Why'd we get him treated again?" Dad! "Just kidding, son." Oh thank god. "We should poke him again while he's asleep." I heard that!

Keep going for several more shots, including a couple in-progress ones, as well a apocalyptic sippy cup crafted by Ian's wife.

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Thanks to Jinxy Beth, who already added 'Mad Max style Power Wheels' to her birthday list.

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