A grocery store with a shopping cart so big it takes a Chevy engine to move.
Shoppers leaving the checkout stop to check out the 12 foot long, 9-foot tall shopping cart, rolling through the parking lot.
It's built like a race car, and took two years thousands of dollars to build.
It is mostly used in parades and parked in front of the store, but serves its purpose of drawing a crowd.
So just how many groceries can this big basket hold?
At 115 cubic square feet, that's more than a dozen regular sized grocery carts.
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