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S. Goodby and Son, of Petit Street, and of Merridale St, Wolverhampton.
By 1889 was making the Peerless Direct Steering Roadster, which was a strongly built machine, with dropped 'V' frame and four bearings on the axle. Also available was a Juvenile Peerless.