Motorized Recliner Sells Online
STEVE INSKEEP, Host:
Good morning. I'm Steve Inskeep with an update on the saga of a motorized chair. We've told you of a man who put wheels on his easy chair but then was caught for drunk driving. After he crashed in to a parked car, he lost his vehicle, which Proctor, Minnesota put up for auction. Two sales of the chair fell through. But now it's been sold for $3,700. The winning bidder gets a chair with a lawnmower engine, cup holders, a stereo - and quite a story.
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