Standing a mere 53cm high, the mini motor took Andy and his two team-mates three days to build. Called Flat Out, it's based on a 1989 Fiat 126, which was bought for £240, and features a 15cm-high windscreen, an engine that's 48cm tall and a pair of specially trimmed plastic canteen-style seats. Top speed is an impressive 65mph.
The team built the micro machine in front of a crowd of spectators at the National Motor Museum in Beaulieu, Hampshire.
Andy, from Poole, Dorset, is nearly two metres tall, and said: "I'm too big to drive the car, but my friends assure me it handles well!"
Meanwhile, gadget maker Toad has produced the ideal accessory for Flat Out - the smallest speed camera detector in the world.
Called the Inforad, the system can warn of locations such as schools, and also sounds an alert if a pre-set speed limit is exceeded. Costing £89.99, the device is only 7cm wide and stands 2cm tall.