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1926 Peerless 2 door Sedan- RARE CAR

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1926 Sedan, Model Six-80

Believed to be a ONE OF POSSIBLY 2 KNOWN IN EXISTENCE. 2 door Sedan Model 6-80, 5 passenger, Continental Straight 6 Engine. Front windshield cranks up for air flow. 63hp, 230.2 cubic inch engine, 116” wheel base, rear spare wheel, wood artillery wheels, and luggage shelf at rear, mohair upholstery. New Peerless Logo embroidered blanket will come included. Peerless Lockheed Hydraulic Four-Wheel Brakes, original to car!

New paint, new tires, new trunk, new nickel, new window curtains, new radiator, lots of extras.

This car is just getting the finishing touches with its restoration and has not yet seen its first show, but we guarantee an award winner!

asking $47,000


Pistorius Collectible Autos

Antique & Classic Car Sales and Restoration Services

Brando Pistorius (813)917-9205

Tampa, Florida USA www.OldWheel.com

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Thank you Jeff! Yes, Brando has an eye for interesting color combinations while making sure the colors were available to be purchased during the era. He said it was Rolls Royce Blue and Ford Brown, but I see Sky Blue and Hershey's Chocolate!

I will post the 1930 Peerless for sale next. It is running great, and we put in new carpet and hood liner, but we have not updated the paint and upholstery yet, so maybe someone wants to buy it before the price goes up, or pick their own color combinations!

We are leaving for Amelia Island tomorrow, and heard that our 1931 Peerless that we restored and sold to Jeff Spence has been entered. We look forward to seeing it judged in the "big show".


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I heard a rumor that the 1926 Six-80 won an award at Amelia Island last weekend.

You work all winter doing a restoration of a rare Twenties car with rare parts and....

We'd love to hear more regarding the restoration. From the photographs, it looks like you have raised the restoration standards for all Peerless Six-80s, just as you have with your Six-81 restoration last year.

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