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Peel Engineering Ltd was established in the 1950's and was best known for the production of the P50 and Trident motorcars. It was designed by, Cyril Cannel, the owner of Peel Engineering Company which focused mainly on making fiberglass boats and fairings for motorcycles. At the peak of production Peel Engineering employed 40 people. The automobile doesn't have 4 wheels like a normal car, but rather has three wheels, one headlight and a single windscreen wiper. The vehicle is so small that, it can accommodate only single person, with his or her shopping bag. The car with its welded tubular steel chassis was the first to be manufactured on the island.
The P50 was available in Daytona White, Dragon Red, Capri Blue and Sunshine Yellow. The car comes with a top speed of around 61 kilometer per hour. Only 50 of the original pieces were sold for approximately US $ 315, each. In October 2007, the car was featured in the automobile programme called Top Gear which is a BBC motoring programme. P50s were sent to all parts of the world, including America.