Collin Randle and his friend Arcenio have created a fan-powered couch that they recently drove through a McDonald’s drive-thru.
Watch the two friends arriving at McDonald’s drive-thru on their fan-powered couch
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Collin and Arcenio spent months turning the couch into a vehicle and now they take their unusual vehicle to the roads of Salt Lake City, Utah.
Recently, Collin and Arcenio drove their fan-powered couch through a McDonald’s drive-thru and left the customers and the McDonald’s staff amazed.
Collin said: “Every single person we passed stared as we drove by.Random people took pictures and a family member even sent us one his friend had posted on Instagram of us driving by on the street tagging us as the elusive swamp couch.
“All in all, we were out for 30 minutes.”
Collin and Arcenio spent months creating an unusual vehicle that can reach speeds of up to 32mph.
The duo bought metal bars, caster wheels, and a bike from a thrift store while they found the couch online for free.
Collin said: “The idea was a spin-off idea from a couch with skis. It took a while for the idea to transform into a reality. We bought some metal bars, caster wheels, and a bike from a thrift store and then found the couch online for free.”
“We then took the parts to our garage started cutting, welding, screwing, and bolting and finally got all the pieces put together around 11 pm.”
A hilarious video shows them arriving at McDonald’s on their fan-powered couch. At first, the staff at the drive-thru couldn’t see them because of the height of the couch.
When another customer told her about them, only then she realized they were there.
The video of the friends arriving at McDonald’s in their vehicle instantly went viral after it was posted online, leaving people in stitches. People praised the two friends for their unusual creation.
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