1913 Peerless Restoration
Original Correct Black & Nickel Car
“Ironstone” Best of Show
About the 1913 Peerless Closed Cars
New Peerless Closed Cars for 1913
The Horseless Age (VOL 32 NY, JULY 2, 1913 No. 6)
First Automobile Journal in the English Language
A number of innovations are to be observed in the bodies of the new series of closed cars which has just been announced by the Peerless Motor Car Co., of Cleveland, Ohio. The window area has been increased until it is easy to see out of the limousine on any side as though it were an open car. The driver can see the street behind without the use of a 45 degree mirror. All frames and casements have been eliminated by the use of the Swiss railway type of window, a heavy plate glass
which moves up and down in a groove.
1913 Peerless Gallery
About Laidlaw Antique Auto Restoration
aidlaw Restoration has primarily specialized in Brass Era Vehicles, we have extensive experience with vehicles of any age. >Our portfolio spans three generations of fine auto restoration and some of the most elegant vehicles to win the Concours. Vehicles we’ve restored can be found in all corners of the globe, and we are well-known within the industry for providing services for the most discriminating attention to detail. We enjoy our work, and the vehicles we work on. We also personally own several brass era and steam cars.