Star Wars Hallloween Costume Built For Son
Ryan Scott Miller built a snowspeeder from the Star Wars, Empire Strikes Back film, around his disabled son Jeremy's wheelchair

The force was strong with a father who built a Star Wars snowspeeder for his disabled son's Halloween costume. Ryan Scott Miller built it to fit around around son Jeremy's wheelchair. The youngster suffers from spina bifida.

"We turned Jeremy's wheelchair into his very own snowspeeder from The Battle of Hoth from the Empire Strikes Back," he said underneath a YouTube video of his creation.

He added it had working flaps that shoot glowing Nerf darts loaded with glow sticks. Miller said he spent two weeks of late nights and weekend work to finish the project for Jeremy.

The IT director from Murrieta, California, said he had moments when he was unsure whether he he would be able to pull it off. But then he started "putting it together and start figuring out some of the complicated parts". He added: "Then I see how it's going work and I get really excited."

It is not the first time he has created a unique costume for his young son. In the past, he has created a pirate ship and a Batmobile.

Jeremy as a pirate
Ryan Scott Miller has previously built a pirate ship around Jeremy's wheelchair