British man builds world's smallest car

Posted by Simpur | Posted in , , , | Posted on Friday, May 22, 2009

47-year-old Terry Watkins from the United Kingdom, who claims he loves challenges, recently built the world's smallest car - one that's powered by an engine that's normally found in lawnmowers.

The car, which is 39 inches tall, 26 inches wide and 51 inches long, features working headlights, tail lights, windshield wipers, turn signals and a horn - making it fully street legal. Terry can drive the car at speeds of up to 40 mph.

You've really got to watch the following video to see how he built it and even see how he manages to fit in it.

Articles: Autoblog, DVICE

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