Here is my submission for an Oddball.
We want to start regular selling of eggs from our driveway, and periodically other things like plants, garden produce etc... we wanted a weatherproof box to do this from. I had hoped to do this entirely from scrap we already had, but we didn’t have quite the right mix of materials. We reached out on Facebook and were able to salvage three pallets in good condition from a near neighbour.
With pallets in hand we roughly planned what we wanted and made a start. Busting apart 3 pallets carefully, and pulling every nail for reuse took quite a while. Probably an hour alone in just preparing the wood. The nails were really tough, annular rings that were nearly impossible to pull.
The roof is pitched slightly to allow rain water run off, and topped with a scrap of roofing felt.
The vast majority of fastenings were reused nails from the pallets. I did have to use some screws from my stash in a few places, and a few short nails for the felt.
Tools were hammer, Stanley knife, battery drill, battery chainsaw, a couple of pieces of 2 by 4 to use as a lever to pry the pallets apart.
I have not made something like this before from a salvaged pallet, so there was a fair learning curve, but I’m very please with how it worked out.
EDIT: it took me about 7 hours with my “helpers” joining in. Longer if you included sourcing the materials. Likely 4 hours for someone a bit more proficient and not distracted by little people.