Taelyn insisted on doing all the lettering in his unique style. This is truck number 1, in his fleet.
A problem did develop. Due to Taelyns lack of stature, he could not reach the pedals. Some creativity, resulted in the installation of motorcycle handle bars. This put all the brake, throttle and etc. controls within easy reach. Plus Taelyn thinks it looks cool.
We added a seat belt (shown across his lap in the above picture). Taelyn insisted on Naugahyde upolstery , which proved pricy. As the Nauga's are very small this year, and it takes a lot of hides to cover a seat. When Taelyn was discussing what would be going in the bed of his truck, I noticed the lettering he had added to the rear bumper.
Taelyn was quick to point out that this was a multi-purpose vehicle. So far, he has plans to use it as a Fire Truck, Construction Truck and possibly use it in his Snow Removal Business. He asked how difficult it would be to add a snow plow. I wisely developed a hearing problem at this point of the conversation. Taelyn also had an advertisement on the side of the truck, how I had missed it, I don't know.
The truck still needs some items, and it will take a little while to completely finish it to Taelyn's satisfaction.
The phone lines are still open at the "Lefty Scam Fund". Since there have been zero phone calls and zero pledges, I think Wright is about ready to declare Lefty fit to return to work.