Colin Wood
Colin Wood Associate Editor
6/24/20 2:13 p.m.

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In the 1960s, the Isle of Man-based Peel Engineering Company turned their attention to building cars. On paper, the two that they produced, the P50 and Trident, would be some of the smallest and most inexpensive cars anyone could buy. In reality, however, the two "cars" were not much more than scooters with roofs.

Get an in-depth look at both models with Lane Motor Museum Director Jeff Lane.

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