The Peel 50
Peel Engineering Ltd was established in the 1950's and was best known for the production of the P50 and Trident motorcars.
The P50 still holds the record for being the smallest production car in the world.
At the peak of production Peel Engineering employed 40 people.
The company started off engineering fibreglass motorcycle fairings before moving into motor parts and boat hulls.
The P50 was designed and built by Cyril Cannell and Henry Kissack, and launched at the 1962 Earls Court Motorcycle show.