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1913 Pierce-Arrow 48 Town Car

All Original Survivor

$88,800

Harry's Thoughts

I love original cars. And this Pierce-Arrow has been a collectors items since it was new. Amazingly original and kept from being restored its entire life.

THE ESSENTIALS

This is an incredible piece of automotive history.  Being an all original example, this has been on the cover of books.  This is an impressive 1913 Pierce-Arrow 48 town car.

1913 Pierce-Arrow 48 Town Car

$88,800

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LOCATION USA
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1913 Pierce-Arrow 48 Town Car
1913 Pierce-Arrow 48 Town Car

$88,800

PRIVATE SALE STATUS
SELLER
VIEWS 44

Pierce-Arrow

George Pierce sold all rights in the company in 1907, and he died three years later. In 1908, Pierce Motor Company was renamed as the Pierce-Arrow Motor Car Company. In 1909, U.S. President William Howard Taft ordered two Pierce-Arrows (and two White Model M Tourers) to be used for state occasions, the first official cars…
George Pierce sold all rights in the company in 1907, and he died three years later. In 1908, Pierce Motor Company was renamed as the Pierce-Arrow Motor Car Company. In 1909, U.S. President William Howard Taft ordered two Pierce-Arrows (and two White Model M Tourers) to be used for state occasions, the first official cars of the White House .

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