A man in the Midlands has made a car that he says is the smallest in the world - and it's based on one that that's probably quite familiar to you! Postman Pat's!
The maker, Perry Watkins, had to do a lots of research. The first thing was to see how much space he would need to make for all the parts. What better way than to get inside!
Next job - measure up and cut away all the pieces of the body work that he didn't need.
In the end, he came up with the idea of making a quad bike which could fit nicely under the frame.
After all the hard work was done - Perry painted the car. Nice job!
The car is called Wind Up. It's barely the size of a washing machine.
Wind Up is 99cm tall and 66cm long.
Doesn't it look tiny compared to the normal sized cars?