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1919 Pierce-Arrow Model 38 Dual-Valve Four-Passenger Roadster


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1919 Pierce Arrow Model 38 Dual Valve Four Passenger Roadster s/n 311356, engine no. 311365 Two-Tone Grey and Black with Black Leather Interior Known for their quality, reliability, and performance, Pierce-Arrows were among the most prestigious and well-engineered cars available for the duration of the company’s existence, which ended formally in 1938. Several models were offered with a wide variety of bodies, all of which exemplified Pierce-Arrow’s superior craftsmanship. The cars proved to be popular among influential buyers, including stars and business tycoons. Certainly, the cars were status symbols, and were helped by their exposure by none other than the Presidents of the United States. President William Howard Taft ordered two Pierce-Arrows in 1909 for his administration, making them the first official cars of the President of the United States, and it was in a Pierce Arrow that Woodrow Wilson and Warren G. Harding were transported to the 1921 presidential inauguration. As World War I was ending, Pierce-Arrow introduced the “dual valve” models, which had four valves per in each of the six cylinders, significantly increasing power output, eventually allowing the discontinuat


left-hand-drive 1919 pierce arrow model 38 dual valve 4 passenger roadster grey black-leather leather restored convertible black-interior dark-interior

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  • Ad ID
  • Ad type
    For sale
  • Category
    Pierce-Arrow > Model 38
  • Year
  • Mileage
    1408 mi


1145 Park Avenue
Emeryville, 94608, California
United States

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