1958 | Peerless GT

1958 Peerless GT '58

EUR 99,950 JPY 14,322,835 BGN 195,482 CZK 2,453,173 DKK 743,368 GBP 87,229 HUF 41,747,116 PLN 481,689 RON 493,933 SEK 1,081,119 CHF 97,621 ISK 14,182,905 NOK 1,048,625 HRK 751,924 RUB 11,714,240 TRY 1,832,823 AUD 153,103 BRL 505,637 CAD 134,962 CNY 703,488 HKD 776,052 IDR 1,507,263,991 ILS 348,676 INR 8,065,915 KRW 141,149,390 MXN 1,976,711 MYR 459,160 NZD 173,593 PHP 5,807,495 SGD 141,409 THB 3,714,142 ZAR 1,753,493

 

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1958 | Peerless GT

1958 Peerless GT '58
EUR 99,950 JPY 14,322,835 BGN 195,482 CZK 2,453,173 DKK 743,368 GBP 87,229 HUF 41,747,116 PLN 481,689 RON 493,933 SEK 1,081,119 CHF 97,621 ISK 14,182,905 NOK 1,048,625 HRK 751,924 RUB 11,714,240 TRY 1,832,823 AUD 153,103 BRL 505,637 CAD 134,962 CNY 703,488 HKD 776,052 IDR 1,507,263,991 ILS 348,676 INR 8,065,915 KRW 141,149,390 MXN 1,976,711 MYR 459,160 NZD 173,593 PHP 5,807,495 SGD 141,409 THB 3,714,142 ZAR 1,753,493

 

Belgium

 
Coupe
74/100 kw/hp
40 km
Xavier Molenaar

Oldtimerfarm

Description

The Peerless was a British car made by Peerless Cars Ltd. Of Slough, Berkshire, between 1957 and 1960, when the company failed. The company was resurrected by one of the original founders, Bernie Rodger, as Bernard Roger Developments BRD Ltd and marketed as the Warwick from a base in Colnbrook, Bucknighamshire, between 1960 and 1962.

The prototype of this British-built sports saloon, which was alloy bodied and initially named the Warwick, was designed by Bernie Rodger for company founders John Gordon and James Byrnes. The car had been renamed the Peerless GT by the time series production started in 1957. It featured Triumph TR3 running gear in a tubular space frame with de Dion tube rear suspension clothed in attractive fibreglass 4-seater bodywork. While the car had good performance it was expensive to produce and the overall fit and finish was not as good as that of similarly priced models from mainstream manufacturers. Paradoxically, these flaws have become over time assets for enlightened collectors. The Phase II version had an improved body largely moulded in one piece. A works car was entered in the 1958 24 Hours of Le Mans, finishing 16th. Production ceased in 1960 after about 325 examples had been produced. It is estimated that there are only about forty left in Britain, and barely a few in other countries.

- Specifications
- _Bodywork_
- Length : cm/in: 412/162
- Width : cm/in: 160/63
- Height : cm/in: 127/50
- Wheelbase : cm/in : 240/94.5
- Kerb weight: kg/lb : 960/2120
- _Mechanics._
- Displacement : straight-four 1991 cc/121 cu in (Triumph TR3), front-mounted
- Valve gear : 8
- Fuel system : 2 SU carburettors
- Gearbox : 4-speed manual
- Driving wheels : rear wheel drive
- Right-hand drive
- Maximum power : 100 hp at 5000 rpm
- Maximum torque : 160 Nm at 3000 rpm
- Maximum speed : 193 km/h/120 mph
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