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1966 Peel Trident

1966 Peel Trident

1966 Peel Trident

The Peel Engineering Company’s Trident produced little power and a lot of noise. Built on a tiny island between England and Ireland, the three-wheeled Trident stretched only 4 feet 2 inches in length. The interior included two seats covered in a large plastic dome, under which passengers would cook on sunny days. The pull-start Trident never caught on as a popular way to get around, and only 45 were ever assembled.

14 Comments on 1966 Peel Trident

  1. How do they get out?

  2. Fliboys.RBX // June 23, 2011 at 9:37 pm // Reply

    This is officially the current version of the Pedro Pod.

    Say ‘ello!

  3. Fliboys.RBX // June 23, 2011 at 9:28 pm // Reply

    At last! The long lost relative of the Pedro Pod, has surfaced in a garage near (Where you Aren’t.)

    Reminds myself of a submarine/pea.

  4. where’s the doors?!?!?

  5. ohhh yeahhh // June 23, 2011 at 4:39 pm // Reply

    They should use this car in one of those commercials where the hamsters drive the car

  6. kyletheterrorizer // June 23, 2011 at 3:21 pm // Reply

    Looks like an alien’s spaceship.

  7. Oh gosh that’s even worst then the reliant robin!

  8. It looks like you could go to the depths of the ocean with that. it looks like a tiny submarine!

  9. Noparticularscouter // June 22, 2011 at 9:42 pm // Reply

    I wonder if they roasted hot dogs under the roof on sunny days.

  10. The Peel Trident. It’s not an oven, but it’s red hot! (Ha ha.)

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