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Dubbed the the Lord Humongous, Lance, 52, spent $1,000 (£645) and a month building the customized wheelchair with a flamethrower out of an electric golf cart, a helicopter seat, all terrain tires and old dental machines.
Lance, from Phoenix, Arizona, said: 'I love fire and wheelchairs so I thought why not put them together.
wheelchair after an appearance on BBC2 show Robot Wars" src="https://i.dailymail.co.uk/i/pix/2013/08/29/article-0-1B83732C000005DC-99_310x483.jpg" width="310" height="483" />Idea: He decided to invent the wheelchair after an appearance on BBC2 show Robot Wars
His unusual interest was sparked by an appearance on British BBC2 show Robot Wars where he spent time talking to staff in the special effects department at the show's studios.
He said: 'They showed the stuff they were building in their shops and it had a big impact on how I design.
'I began building with ideas I had in my head and not being concerned with what others were doing or thinking about.
The chair is pictured in Lance's workshop while he built it. It took a month to put together" src="https://i.dailymail.co.uk/i/pix/2013/08/29/article-0-1B8373F7000005DC-609_638x500.jpg" width="638" height="500" />Work in progress: The chair is pictured in Lance's workshop while he built it. It took a month to put together
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Ready to go: The customised chair pictured in the workshop ready for a test drive