Antique Miscellaneous Tractor: Peerless
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This picture shows a 1920 version. It was reportedly the last one made.
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donna wrote on Friday, September 02, 2005 (PDT):i'm trying to find a peerless push mower made back in the 1800's. my husband found two of them and we're trying to find out what the mower is priced for.
Warren Werth wrote on Friday, April 01, 2005 (PST):Hello my grampa has a 1917 30 or 40 horse 4sale.
melanie lanzarotta wrote on Saturday, November 22, 2003 (PST):My husband and I are the owners of 'OLE PUFF'. I would like to ask the person who took this picture to contact me. I am cuirous as to when it was taken. I believe it had to have been 2003 because of the papers (information on the engine) hanging off the front flag holder. Please let me know if you email please put steam in the title/subject area so that i do not mistake and delete your email. thank you, melanie lanzarotta
phil and melanie lanzarotta wrote on Wednesday, September 03, 2003 (PDT):We are the 4th owners of this great engine her name is 'Ole Puff'. She was made in 1928 by Geiser Manufacturing sn# 18298 she is the last to come off the assembldy line and not assembled until 1939 for an Amish gentelman by the name of Samual Stoltzfus. the Grubb family were the 2nd owners in 1972 , 3rd owners were the Dotys1987. we got her from them in 1998. she has been at the Rough and tumble show, Mt. Plesant show, Williams Grove show, and now at the Great Oregon Steam-Up. she has been featured in the Iron Man Albume multipule times and will again in the Nov-Dec. issue. If any one knows of a Stoltzfus family member please let them know I would like to get in contact. I have written documentation on this engine from all owners except the Stoltzfus's. if I have miss dated miss quoted or forgot anyone please e mail us at philranch at aol.com (please put steam or ole puff in the tital area)
SKIP wrote on Sunday, August 12, 2001 (PDT):THE 1920 PEERLESS SHOWN IN THE TRACTORSHED PHOTO LOOKS INCREDABLY LIKE A PEERLESS ENGINE I SAW AT THE 2001 OWENSVILLE THRESHERS CONVENTION HELD IN ROSEBUD, MO. BACK IN JULY. AT THIS CONVENTION, MANY OLD STEAM ENGINES AND ANTIQUE TRACTORS ARE DISPLAYED. THEY COME FROM ALL OVER THE CENTRAL STATES AREA AND EVERYONE HAS A BALL. THEY HAVE GRAIN THRESHING, LUMBER SAWING, TRACTOR PULL, HORSE PULL, AND A WIDE VARIETY OF OTHER EVENTS (NOT TO MENTION GREAT FOOD). EVERY YEAR THEY MEET ON THE 3RD WEEKEND IN JULY, I BELIEVE. IT'S A GOOD PLACE FOR OLD TRACTOR & STEAM ENGINE BUFFS TO HAVE FUN.
Randy McMahan wrote on Tuesday, August 07, 2001 (PDT):I have a 4hp. peerles and need a 1in. fly ball governor. The engine pictured must be 20 hp or more
Fred wrote on Friday, March 16, 2001 (PST):I've found one of these tractors for sale - in almost as good of shape as the one pictured - and idea what I should offer? Thanks! - Fred
Mike DS wrote on Saturday, January 15, 2000 (PST):Is the Peerless tractor built by the same company that built the classic automobile Peerless?
BRENT PENFIELD wrote on Monday, April 12, 1999 (PDT):I LIVE IN WASHINGTON STATE THIER IS ONE OF THESE TRACTORS IN MY TOWN. I HAVE STOPED AND LOOKED AT MANY TIMES, VERY INTERSETING. WHAT IS THE VALUE ON THIS TRACTOR?
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