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Trident from Peel: the smallest street car (3-wheeled and fiberglass composed, electric or petrol engine, dimensions 182.9x106.7 cm, 49 cc, 90 kg, top speed of 65 km/hr)

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old car and cute couple - we have a photo @ Kristal

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