Updated November 14, 2018 03:21:23 A man is hoping to rebuild his home in a time of financial hardship after he lost his car.
The man, who has not been named, lost his two-wheeler when it was hit by a truck on a road in the South Island’s Otago region in March.
The car sustained major damage and had to be taken to the Otago Regional Hospital.
He was also hit by the truck in February, when he lost the car and a wall in his house collapsed.
“My whole life was in ruins,” he said.
I’ve never had a car before. “
It’s been a long time coming.
“But I can’t. “
I have to get the money back.” “
But I can’t.
I have to get the money back.”
Mr Johnson, a self-employed truck driver, said he started his journey of rebuilding his home, in which he and his wife have lived for about 15 years, on the New Zealand Stock Exchange.
After losing his car and wall in March, he and two of his wife’s friends began building a new home.
They started by demolishing the previous house and then started the whole process over again.
“The house is basically a two-story house that was built for two years, and it’s a beautiful, beautiful house,” he explained.
Mr Johnson’s wife, who lives in the area, said the process was challenging and took time.
“We were getting the walls down, the ceilings up, the roof up, but then I had to do all of this work again, and we have to take out the roof,” she said.
Ms Johnson said the house would not have been finished in time to rebuild.
The house, which is a mix of heritage and modern, is being renovated, with an aim of rebuilding it into a home with the necessary amenities and services.
It is being rebuilt using a number of traditional methods.
One method is to build the entire house out of old car parts and re-use them, and the couple will also build the whole house out with recycled material.
Another is to use a number the old house had built to replace the original walls and ceiling.
This can include old wooden pallets, old timber beams and other materials, and old wood framing, he said, or any other materials.
Once they have finished the house, they will rebuild the interior, including furniture, carpets and walls, but also other elements like kitchen cabinets and furniture.
They also plan to use the new kitchen and dining room as a workshop to work on the exterior, with a view to rebuilding the kitchen and kitchen area in the future.
Some of the items Mr Johnson bought to rebuild the house included a large wooden door, an old door that used to belong to his father, a wall and ceiling replacement, and a door used to open the front door.
Each of the materials he bought cost about $1,000, with the couple spending about $400,000.
Their house is the first of its kind in New Zealand, with no other houses in the same area.
New Zealand has no similar building regulations, meaning Mr Johnson is not required to have the proper permits, and can start the process of rebuilding without them.
But he said it would take him “at least 10 years” to rebuild, and said the cost of re-building the house was significant.
At this stage, he has yet to get a final price estimate for the project, and is not sure if he can pay the money off before he leaves.
His plan is to rebuild in the hope that he can have a home in the new home by Christmas.