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Ernie's Dwarf Car Museum -

Ernie Adams learned how to build things as a child growing up next to the town dump in Harvard, Nebraska. Now, he lives far out in the desert of Arizona, building immaculate miniaturized replicas of classic American automobiles.

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They're called Dwarf Cars, they're fully street legal, and completely made by hand, from scratch, by Ernie. He even builds the machining tools he needs to make the parts to build the cars.

He and his family have established a museum to preserve his collection of cars and years of work -- it takes Ernie between 1 and 5 years to complete one car -- so that anyone who wants to learn about the man and his creations will be able to do so, forever.

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