Well, with my Ellis I have the coveralls unzipped to a point, and then rolled down and tied. (Granted, I'm only 5'3>_>) Definitely look at goodwill/thrift stores for them(as seiten said), mine only cost me five dollars, as opposed to the 25+ it would have cost online.
Shirt: nappykit (deviantart) has drawn out the logo and allowed cosplayers to use it, provided they give credit. Just print it off(after resizing) and use an iron on transfer sheet, though you might want to redit out the background, as it is yellow and won't corrospond with the color of the shirt. As for the shirt itself, take a plain white shirt and soak it overnight in coffee. I found that leaving some of the actual grounds themselves in helps too, as they gather on the fabric and leave stains, which definitely helps with accuracy. Just, soak the shirt in a diluted coffee mixture until you are satisfied and add approx. one tablespoon of vinegar to the mixture in order to bind the color to the fabric. The ringer style can be achieved by sewing or hot gluing strips of brown fabric around the sleeves and collar.
Hat: i found an old baseball cap, removed the existing logo, and filled in the holes with a matching blue fabric. The patch can be made by taking blue fabric and either sewing or gluing it into a rectangular shape. White fabric paint can then be used to make the towtruck logo.
Weapons: Surprisingly, you can find some pretty decent toy guns at walmart(and some dollarstores..the things kids play with today>_>) that, when spraypainted, serve as amazing props.
Last edited by Hasn't-a-name : 10-14-2011 at 06:35 AM.