Peel P50 Shakedown
A Road Legal Electric Peel P50 hot off the production line being taken through an initial shakedown test.
Like the original Peel Engineering company back in the 1960s. All our Peels are driven long distances to make sure they are absolutely reliable and well tested before being sent off to their new homes. To find out more please visit www.peelengineering.co.uk
Bamby P50 replica at the 2011 micro car rally
Gainsborough company claims smallest car title...
At just 1.5m (5ft) long and costing £7,500, a Lincolnshire company claims it is the UK's smallest legal road car.
The father and daughter team of Alan and Emma Evans, who run Bamby Cars based near Gainsborough, had previously developed a scale model version of a 1950s' bubble car with a top speed of 25mph.
Peel P50 & Trident now worth £100,000 each. Dragons Den
Peel P50 and Peel Trident on Dragons Den. James Caan looks around Gary's cars. Said to be worth £100,000 each
Only about 25 original Peel p50s exist from a production of 50 cars in 1963 -1964
Approx. 28 original Peel Tridents exist from a production of 90 cars in 1965 - 1966
Driften in invalide bak!!
Driften met een 45km/h karretje op een parkeerplaats in pauze van school:P
Ja je moet wat te doen hebbe eh?
The MYZER M-49!
The Myzer M-49 is a replica of the Peel P50 but built in Ohio by a family of Microcar enthusiasts.
More on this creation in the print issue of MICROCAR NEWS Magazine available only through The Vintage Microcar Club:
Peel Trident 1965. Walkaround and drive away
A rare 1965 Peel trident one of 82 made* at The Millstreet Vintage Day 2011 in Co Cork .
This car is fitted with a 2 stroke moped engine by DKW 49 cc, 4.2 hp engine with a 3-speed gearbox
Weight - 90kg
Top speed - 38mph
Length: 1829 mm - 72 inches
Width: 1067 mm - 42 inches
Original retail price - £190
Produced by the Peel Engineering company on the Isle of Man in 1965 to 1966. The Trident was second car built by the Peel Engineering companyand used the same chassis design as the P50 but with a slightly larger futuristic 2-seater body shell or an optional shopping basket in place of the passenger seat - this allowed a 16 year old learner driver to drive alone.
The Peel Engineering company advertised their cars as "almost cheaper than walking" getting 100 miles per imperial gallon (2.8 L/100 km)