Terry Woodling from Warsaw, Indiana had wanted to make a stagecoach out of toothpicks ever since he saw a smaller model at a store. That was back in 1981, but he got working on the full size toothpick stagecoach only in 1994. After fifteen years of hardwork, 1.5 million toothpicks and a whole lot of glue, Terry finally managed to finish his stagecoach.
The project of course cost a lot of money, and the attention to detail is quite striking. Sadly though, the toothpick stagecoach could not get a place in the Guinness Book of World Records due to the use of glue. It has however, earned a place in the famed museum of Ripley’s Believe It Or Not.