One talented wood crafter took his skills to a whole new level with a DIY project that will delight pickup truck fans across the country.
Back in 2016, Al Schoffelman, a crane operator in South Dakota, custom-made a 1979 Ford truck entirely out of red oak, according to Truck Trend. Even more impressive? It actually runs! Since then, the 4,300-pound truck has regularly made appearances at car shows, giving onlookers a chance to marvel over woodwork at its finest. Watch below to see the incredible wooden vehicle-the viral Facebook video, posted last year, now has more than 28 million views.
A crazy cool #Ford all #woodtruck. Now this is what a real woodie is. Not just a little on the side. Please like Under the Hood Show Facebook page while you're here. Thanks! Listen to the Under The Hood Show on podcast or a station near you!Posted by Under the Hood Show on Sunday, July 31, 2016
We'd love to catch a ride in this truck!
(h/t Country Rebel)
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