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Peerless in Oldtimer Markt


There is an artikel about a guy in the german classic car magazin Oldtimer Markt 3/2020. Ulf Schulz lifes in Berlin.

He owns a lot of classic cars and motorcycles.

He makes stuff like upcyceled living room lights made from old car parts.

And this funny guy also owns a unrestored peerless phase 2.

There is less information about peerless in the artikel.

But there are two photos from his car.

By the way, if you - Ulf Schulz - read this,

please contact me. I´m sometimes in Berlin and I wanna have a second look on a real peerless since decades.

Perhaps it`s possible.

(Ganz nebenbei, falls du - Ulf - das hier liest,

schreib mich bitte an. Ich bin manchmal in Berlin und ich will seit Jahrzehnten schon einen zweiten Blick auf einen echten Peerless werfen.

Vielleicht wär`s ja möglich... - German ;)

Best regards

Till Jauernig



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Hey Till,

 

hey till i'm the funny guy you're looking for and actually i have a peerless waiting to get back on the road.

however, there's a lot of work to do and i'm just starting out. where are you from? looking forward to your message.

greetings from Berlin,

 

Ulf



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Hi Ulf,

Are you the guy with the Peerless that everyone been sending me pics of from Facebook?

Great original looking car! If we can help let me know, lots of people on here that know a few things about these old cars. Also we are trying to regenerate our official Facebook page so jump in and post some pics!

Peerless & Warwick Owners Register 

 



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We have an 'official' Facebook page??? confuse



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Pictures on here please, as I'm not using facebook.

Very curious to see the car.



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yep there is and has always been an official facebook page!

I'm no great fan of (anti) social media and have seen first hand it devastating effects on the younger generation BUT I guess its here to stay so Jon Nolan, previous registrar and instigator of this site and our facebook page has added me as admin.

I've tentatively started posting stuff but I don't want it to detract from the wealth of info that is on here or the TR Register reports I write. 

I want this site and forum to be the main place for info as searching FB is a pain in the arse when you need to find out something IMHO. This is why I have commissioned a new, improved website to be built as Jon originally built this one back in the day with a free package and it now obsolete and we cant access/up date.

Te new site is only in a nut and bolt form at the moment and I am drip feeding payments as and when I have it and the FB page will be up front with all the contact details etc in due course.

So go search for us on facebook and give us a like confuse remember it is  "The Peerless and Warwick Owners Register" 

 



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Hi nigel,

hi nigel, that's who I am ;) a writer had done a little interview with me about my Peerless project. There's a lot of work to do and currently I'd like to start taking it apart. The most exciting thing will be to take off the bodywork, but I'm a bit scared about it. A fine weekend and greetings from near Berlin,

ulf



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Make sure to take plenty of reference pictures before, during and after taking it apart. And you'll need some help if you want to lift the body off. Ideally one at each corner and another to check what's still attached to the chassis.

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Hi Ulf

Not sure if others have said this but try and make a frame to support the body when you lift it off. Ideally the same as the chassis, which you won't see until you lift it off! You could make a front section and a back section by measuring the car/chassis before you lift  and leave the middle section until you have the body sitting on these two sections and screw a few timbers between?

It really needs to be supported under the rear parcel shelf, rear wheel arches, dashboard and front arches.

You can screw 2x1 across the door apertures etc to brace it and remove the glass first! the roof will be very wobbly after this.

 



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