Peerless was in production from 1900 until 1931. The Model 60-Six may represent the company's zenith - it was priced at $6,000 in 1914, an amount that could have purchased a significant home at that time. By the 1920s one could buy a Peerless for significantly less.
This massive touring car was built on a 140-inch wheelbase chassis and powered by a motor that developed 60-plus horsepower. The company's marketing slogan was 'All that the Name Implies.'