My grandparents lived in a city with donut shops, convenience stores and fast-food restaurants all around. They also kept a chicken coop in their backyard. It was nothing fancy, but easily could have been with a little creativity. Michael Thompson envisioned such creativity when he converted his 1970 Morris Traveller into a chicken coop.
Thompson lives in the Norfolk Broads, England, and found the car thanks to a friend of his who owns a body repair shop. According to Goods Home Design, Thompson spent less than $500 on the entire project, including the car. Not a bad investment for what he was able to accomplish.
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