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Pierce-Arrow cars for sale

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  • 1926 Pierce-Arrow Model 80 Roadster

    $74,500(£60,620.65) $74,500(£60,620.65)

    This 1926 Pierce-Arrow Model 80 Roadster is most definitely not typical of Pierce-Arrow production. Instead of a staid and formal limousine or touring car, this is a jaunty and sporting Pierce. Its open roadster body with rumble seat sits gracefully on the Model 80's 130 inch wheelbase. Finished in beige with brown fenders, frame covers and body side accent, it rides on brown painted wire wheels with large polished center nuts and period correct black wall tires. The dark tan leather is offset by a new chocolate brown cloth roadster top that rounds out the color scheme beautifully. Bright aluminum running boards and step plates for access to the rumble seat emphasize Pierce-Arrow's adoption of aluminum for much of their coachwork. Befitting their quality and performance, all Pierce-Arrows from 1925-1937 are recognized by the Classic Car Club of America as Full Classics™, according them participation in the Club's many shows, events and tours as well as endorsing the marque's stature as one of the pre-eminent automobiles of the classic era.  This 1926 Pierce-Arrow Model 80 Roadster is a charming example of the style and flair of sporting cars from the period. It continues to exude character and exuberance as well as having strong performance and excellent road manners.  

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    Hyman Ltd
    314-524-6000 VIEW CONTACT NUMBER
  • Pierce-Arrow 12-40 A V12 '34

    £64,600 £64,600

    Lowered price from €95.000 -> €85.000 Pierce-Arrow Motor Car Company was an American automobile manufacturer based in Buffalo, New York, which was active from 1901 to 1938. Although best known for its expensive luxury cars, Pierce-Arrow also manufactured commercial trucks, fire trucks, camp trailers, motorcycles, and bicycles. The Pierce-Arrow was a status symbol, owned by many Hollywood stars and tycoons. Most of the royalty of the world had at least one Pierce-Arrow in its collection. Some have described Pierce and two of its rivals among American luxury cars, Peerless and Packard, as the "Three P's of Motordom. In 1928, the Studebaker Corporation of South Bend, Indiana, gained control of the Buffalo firm. The association was to last for five years, with moderate benefits to both companies' engineering departments, which continued to function as separate entities. Pierce-Arrow also gained a dealer network, as the cars were sold through Studebaker dealerships. Under Studebaker ownership Pierce-Arrow retired the venerable 6-cylinder engine and in 1929 introduced an L-head [straight-eight engine], which displaced 366 cubic inches. In 1933, Pierce-Arrow unveiled the radically streaml

    • Year: 1934
    • Mileage: 51277 mi
    For sale