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Peerless

Peerless

United Kingdom United Kingdom (1957 - 1962)
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Peerless Cars was founded by Bernie Rodger and John Gordon in Slough, Berkshire, in 1957, for the manufacture of a sports saloon car. The car was to be marked under the name Warwick, but by the time the production commenced the name Peerless was adopted. In 1958 a Peerless car came 16th in the 24 hours of Le Mans race. The company operated for only 3 years. Due to financial problems it was shut down in 1960. The co-founder Bernie Rodgers decided to go on with the production, introducing minor changes and adopting the original name (Warwick), but in 1962 the concern also saw its demise.


Peerless Cars Ltd.
origin:United Kingdom United Kingdom, 1957
status:Folded, 1962
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