Peerless has an interesting history going from wringers to beer but they are best known for their fine automobiles. Peerless cars were expensive and had a limited production, as a result there are few in existence today.
In 1989 Don Bettes started a roster of Peerless owners and printed a news letter styled after the original dealer news letters called the Co-Operator. By 1993 we had a mailing list of one hundred Peerless owners and decided to incorporate as The Peerless Motor Car Club and continue a news letter to enable Peerless owners to communicate with one another for parts and information.
The role of the Peerless Motor Car Club and web site is to help those interested in Peerless with: information, history, parts, restoration and maintenance of Peerless automobiles.
Richard H. Lichtfeld, President
PEERLESS : “All That The Name Implies”