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Monday, December 1, 2014

This mechanic succeed make a mini car from 9 old refrigerators

Creativity is making every individual becomes meaningful. Even with modest abilities, if engaged with seriously, creativity will produce something worth selling. As did Ernie Adams, a 74-year-old man who spent most of his lifetime to make a car with his own hands.
Ernie Adams and one of his mini cars. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/1vICLg1)
He even managed to make some cars are now eligible to become the museum collection. In fact, because it was so unique, he now rents his car at a quite fantastic price for people who want use it. As reported by Autoevolution on Tuesday, November 25th, 2014.
Ernie is deeply attached to his creations and despite numerous offers, he insists the cars are not for sale. (Picture from: http://dailym.ai/1pi2VUl)
The first mini car which made by Ernie Adams is a two-door Chevrolet. The car was built in 1965. Interestingly, the car was made from nine units of old refrigerators. Material collected action itself has been done since 1962.
Ernie and his family chose to start a museum so they could keep the cars but also share them with the public. (Picture from: http://dailym.ai/1pi2VUl)
He admitted that his spirits much higher, when managed to get a Wisconsin engine that has a powered of 18 hp. The machine was then mated to the car frame that made from the old refrigerator his earlier creations.

When he was working on his first car, Ernie Adams did not have a lot of money. All material is very limited. To cut the old refrigerator materials for car body formed was he just using homemade hacksaw, including a hammer and chisel.

Once completed, he then learned much about how to make a car. Some time later, he managed to make two small racing cars. He started a lot of new things, both on the concept car, until making cars technique. All applied to his latest cars creations.

He was getting excited, after his work to make money. From the results, he completes his car with chrome fenders, interior, and of course legal when taken to the highway. After a lot of money collected, he finally managed to put all his mini cars into a real museum.
According to the website collection, Ernie vehicles is a miniature version of American-style cars. If you are interested to visit his museum called called the Dwarf Car Museum, in Maricopa, Arizona which is open every day from 09:00 until 16:00 local time. *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | AUTOEVOLUTION | DAILYMAIL]
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