P.50 Build-It-Yourself Kit Car

The P.50 appeared in 1962, the brainchild of the Peel Engineering Company located on the Isle of Man. With a fiberglass shell and a small 49cc engine, the 300-pound P.50 is billed as the smallest car ever made. Now enterprising customers can build their own P.50 with a P.50 kit. Two versions are available, powered by either a battery-electric motor or a small 49cc or greater engine. The fiberglass body measures 4.5 feet long and 3.25 feet wide, with three wheels, suspension, and disc brakes. A variety of colors can be had, with special paint and trim options available upon request.

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