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The Peel Trident is the second three-wheeled microcar made by the Peel Engineering Company on the Isle of Man.An all-new design from its one-seat counterpart the Peel P50, the Trident has two seats.
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The Peel P50 is the World's Smallest Car, most famously enjoyed (indoors and outdoors) by Jeremy Clarkson. The Trident is a sort of sportier-looking model, with the same mechanicals (original ...
Peel Trident was the second trehkolesnoy motokolyaskoy issued by Peel Engineering Company in the Isle of man. He has been in production since 1965 to 1966. A distinctive feature of the Trident was a large net transparent bubble, which was serving the passengers from the top, as well as removable basket.
1966 Peel Trident. The Isle of Man, located between England and Ireland, was home to the Peel Engineering company which produced the only car ever to originate from there. This small company provided the microcar world with some stimulating ideas, still discussed decades later.
The Peel Trident Shown Here. The comprehensively restored Peel Trident you see here is an original 1965 example that also happens to be one of very few living in the USA. The Jetsons appeal of the retrofuturistic Trident has seen values begin to climb in recent years – helped significantly by the rarity of the original cars.
The Trident first broke cover at the 1964 Earls Court Motorcycle Show, two years after the P50 was unveiled at the same show. Although it boasted an all-new body, underneath Peel chose to retain the P50’s Zweirad Union single-cylinder engine and gearbox with three forward speeds, good for 38 mph and reportedly 100 mpg.
A 1965 Trident and a 1964 P50 — fetched 121,000 and 140,250 dollars, respectively at the August 2017 RM Sotheby's Monteray Auction. The 1960's Peel have consistently go for well over 6 figures at the last few big auctions, showing the value these little microcars hold. See articles on RM Sotheby's website here:
USA TODAY's Chris Woodyard talks to Dick Tuttle of Santa Clara, Calif, about his fun bubble-topped 1964 Peel Trident.
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