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1964 Peel P50
1964 Peel P50, (c1964?). The Peel range of 3-wheeled cars first appeared in 1962 at the London Motor Show. The Peel P50 was produced by the Peel Engineering Company who were manufacturers of fibreglass fairings and boats at Peel on the Isle of Man. At just 53 inches (1.34m) long and 39 inches (99cm) wide the Peel 50 is the smallest 3-wheeler ever produced. With a top speed of 38mph and powered by a 49cc DKW engine it was designed purely as a single seat town car to carry one adult and a shopping bag.
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- National Motor Museum / Heritage Images