A body-off-frame rebuild includes the following completed work:
Mechanical - Straight-Eight engine, clutch, instruments, and mechanical components (carburetor, generator, starter, water pump, brakes, etc.) have been rebuilt as close to original as possible.
Body - The body has been soda-blasted. All structural wood has been replaced as needed. Running boards have been restored. The windows (glass and parts) have been replaced. Tires are in good condition.
Electrical - Wiring replaced and dashboard instruments rebuilt.
Finish Work - Theoriginal hood ornament, hub caps, bumpers, door handles, etc. have been chrome-plated and look like new. Dashboard and other faux wood grain parts have been refinished. All rubber trim parts will come with the car and should be installed after paint job. The original head lamp lenses and metal lens holders (aka “doors”) come with the car.
Minor mechanical work, paint, and upholstery are needed to finish this beauty.
1936 Pierce-Arrow 1601
Engine Size:Straight Eight
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