Power: 6.5 hp
Estimate: $40,000 – $50,000
Believe it or not, this zany-looking contraption was the most practical vehicle built by the Peel Engineering Company, which was based on the Isle of Man. After all, the company’s P50 – the Cozy Coupe-esque microcar featured in an infamous BBC Top Gear segment – had but a single seat and room for perhaps half a person. The Trident, billed as a “saloon scooter,” was wider, longer, and offered room – or seating, at least – for two people. It also had a bit more power than the P50, as it cribbed a larger 98-cc single-cylinder engine from a Triumph scooter. Production records are sketchy, but it’s rumored that somewhere between 45 and 80 examples were ever built.