Remember the brilliant Star Wars Snowspeeder costume that Ryan Scott Miller built around his son’s wheelchair last Halloween? He’s already managed to top himself a year later by now turning Jeremy’s wheelchair into a miniature version of the Ghostbusters’ Ecto-1. This kid is getting so much candy.

Modeled after Funko’s Pop Vinyl Ghostbusters Ecto-1 toy, Jeremy’s ghost-bustin’ machine features working headlights, accent lights, flashing lights, and even the distinct siren heard from the vehicles used in the original Ghostbusters movies.

The internet was quick to dump on the recent Ghostbusters remake well before it even hit theaters. But you have to be completely heartless to not see how amazing this costume is. Give this kid his own Ghostbusters movie, so he can keep driving around in his Ecto-1 well after Halloween is over.

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