A 1910 Pierce-Arrow Model 48 Miniature Tonneau at the Pebble Beach Concours recalls an earlier visit to the famed California event
RM Sotheby’s readies its 11th annual collector car auction during AACA fall gathering in Hershey, Pennsylvania, featuring American pres-war classics and early brass-era cars.
Anybody who knows anything about vintage cars knows about Pierce-Arrow, a premier maker of luxury automobiles through the 1930s.
David Abbott “Ab” Jenkins was a pioneer of the Bonneville Salt Flats in Utah, setting dozens of speed records in the 1930s.
Despite a difficult automotive market after World War I, the president of Buffalo’s Pierce-Arrow Motor Car Company, G. W. Mixer, announced net earnings of $1.7 million for 1920.
Awarded Best of Show at the 10th annual Boca Raton Concours d’Elegance was a 1919 Pierce-Arrow 66A-4 formerly owned by Roscoe “Fatty” Arbuckle.
The Pinehurst Concours d’Elegance has come to a close and now has its third Best of Show winner, the magnificent 1919 Pierce Arrow Model 66 A-4 Tourer.
The Classic Car Club of America is a great organization and has accepted dozens of marques of distinction into their ranks as Full Classics.
The Derham Company of Rosemont, Pennsylvania extended far past the life of most other American coachworks companies, surviving two world wars and the Great Depression.