Expected to fetch tens of thousands at auction
With just 26 examples left in the world, there aren’t many chances to buy the Isle of Man’s only production car – but you’ll get an opportunity next month.
A 1964 Peel P50 will go under the hammer in America in March, with ne reserve price – and could fetch tens of thousands of pounds from collectors.
The P50, made in Peel, was formerly part of a museum dedicated to microcars in Georgia, and has been fully restored.
Auctioneers say it’s had new paint, its chrome re-plated, engine serviced and even its interior has been refinished.
It’ll be sold by RM Sotheby’s in Florida on March 12.