Crafty Dad David Prouty Made a Homemade TARDIS for His Daughter

By: Malika Renee Butss - Published: Dec 16, 2013 • References: geekosystem & neatorama
Geophysicist David Prouty took up a challenge from his daughter and crafted a homemade TARDIS.

The iconic fictional sci-fi contraption had interested Prouty's offspring so much she challenged her old man to reconstruct the entire thing using cardboard. Not only did David reconstruct the TARDIS, but he did it with a few extra party styled features. The creation itself is on a 1/3 scale, crafted out of cardboard while the inside is literally the life of the party. Inside the TARDIS is rotating disco balls, sound-activated lights, a fog machine, and speakers connected by Bluetooth to his iPhone.

This homemade tardis by David Prouty is sure to have all Whovian's partying like it's whatever year they wish to travel back to. Stats for Time Traveling Juxeboxes Trending: Older & Chilly
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