The Peerless Motor Company was founded in Cleveland, Ohio, in 1900. Originally a producer of clothes wringers and then bicycles, the Peerless name became synonymous with high quality. With Packard and Pierce-Arrow, it was often referred to as one of the 'Three P's of Motordom,' with the 'P' also indicating Premium cars. Originally the transport of a mining engineer in Lake City, Colorado, this Peerless was bought by its current owner from the Sullivan Collector in Hawaii in 1990. The current owner has participated in the London to Brighton Veteran Car Run many times with this vehicle.