Murrieta dad builds Star Wars snowspeeder costume around son's wheelchair

Jeremy Miller, 7, is seen wearing a custom-made Star Wars snowspeeder costume built by his father for Halloween.

The force is strong for one creative dad in Murrieta who built a Star Wars snowspeeder costume around his 7-year-old son's wheelchair.

Jeremy Miller has a spinal cord birth defect known as spina bifida, but his father, Ryan Scott Miller, has not let his son's condition keep his boy from Trick or Treating on Halloween.

Miller has designed costumes created to fit Jeremy's wheelchair for years. Some of the costumes from previous years include Capt. American in a motorcycle, Mickey Mouse in a Disney parade and another Star Wars favorite - Darth Vader.

Jeremy said this year's snowspeeder costume, equipped with working blasters that fire glow-in-the-dark nerf darts, is his favorite one yet.

Miller posted a YouTube video of his son enjoying the Star Wars-themed design, which quickly went viral with over 60,000 views.

Watch the full clip of Jeremy's pimped-out wheelchair.

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