1954 Chevy Bel Air
What you see is what you get. A half pint, half sized Dwarf 1954 Chevy Bel Air. Small in size but mighty in stature. Hand crafted from steel and all real. A Dwarf Chevrolet that goes by the name, “Little Bitty” built entirely by Gene Tweedy of Pleasant Hill, Missouri. The colors, Horizon Blue and India Ivory are original factory colors. The engine is a 1166cc from a 1974 Toyota Corolla. The car is nose & decked and has 12 in custom wheels.
Gene’s Dwarf Chevy features roll up windows in the front and power in the rear. It has a fully functional dash with heater and defroster. Everything the real full sized 54 Chevy has, this car has and it’s all operational.
Gene is the only other individual to date that built a Dwarf Cruiser to fully meet Ernie’s specs and standards of what a Dwarf Cruiser is defined as.
Gene’s next Dwarf Cruiser is hoped to be a 1964 Chevrolet Impala convertable. We all look forward to seeing it out on the road soon.