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1915 Peerless Model 48

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This automobile was purchased on June 19th of 1915 by a resident of Womelsdorf, PA. The owner was a successful cigar manufacturer and had a wife and five sons. The Peerless was a good fit for the family. The owner died in 1933 and the car was stored until 1963. It then passed on to his great-grandson who was 13-years old and already owned a 1929 Reo Flying Cloud.

With the help of his father, the car received some refurbishing over the years. In the mid-1980s, the car was again stored until 2003 when the other contacted The Motorcar Company of Staunton, VA, to perform a major restoration.

The 1915 Peerless was the last of this body style and drive line. In 1916, it underwent a major restyling and engineering. This production change is likely why the 1915 models are rare. Research indicates this 1915 48 HP, seven-passenger touring car is the only one in existence.

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Recent Sales of the Peerless Model 48

(Data based on Model Year 1915 sales)

Peerless Model 48s That Failed To Sell At Auction

1915 Peerless Model 48's that have appeared at auction but did not sell.
VehicleChassisEventHigh BidEst. LowEst. High
1915 Peerless 48 HP Seven-Passenger Touring1520232012 RM Auctions Hershey, PA$215,000$275,000$350,000

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