In 1965 Ernie Adams built his interpretation of a '28 Chevy two-door sedan. It resembled many of the custom builds of that era with one distinguishing exception. It was very, very small, just barely big enough for a driver to crawl inside.
In the eighties Ernie and his friend Daren Schmaltz coined the term Dwarf Cars when they created two models specifically made for racing. With a wheelbase of 73" and a 46" height, their all steel construction was easily pushed around the track by the motorcycle engines that fit neatly in the engine compartment.
Ernie's Dwarf Car cruisers website has some great images of the cars he's built and if you dig a little deeper you'll find behind the scenes photos of him welding up frames and banging out panels in his shop. There's even a video of his latest creation in action.