Lowcliffe farmer and creative tinkerer Kevin Jackson has a knack of taking junk or upcycled items and creating impressive things.
Nicknamed “MacGyver” by his mates for his inventive use of junk and discarded items, Jackson’s latest design venture has resulted in some pretty spectacular rural letterboxes.
Kevin Jackson's truck letterbox. Photo / Supplied
One such letterbox is a 3.5m long milk tanker with four slots for mail and a flat bed truck big enough to house five household mail boxes.
Jackson has previously made letterboxes in the shape of giant rabbits, a helicopter, header, windrower and aeroplane.