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1935 Pierce Arrow V-12 Convertible Roadster. Needs full restoration. Just removed from 46 years of storage

in a warehouse in a dry mild climate. Numbers match, not usual 8 conversion. Pretty rare. Very expensive

when new. Reasonably complete. Am losing money on this. Price is firm at $100k.  Johnny 925-963-5835

Car located in San Ramon, Calif.

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Please post some more photos, for those of us that want to dream a little.  Beautiful lines and design. 

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5 hours ago, auburnseeker said:

Please post some more photos, for those of us that want to dream a little.  Beautiful lines and design. 

 

My "Old Girlfriend"..........

 

gone but not forgotten...........

 

Chicago Auto Show Car, 1935..........Same as the car listed above for sale.........

 

 

 

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1 hour ago, edinmass said:

 

My "Old Girlfriend"..........

 

gone but not forgotten...........

 

Chicago Auto Show Car, 1935..........Same as the car listed above for sale.........

 

 

 

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Is that a picture with the new top?

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On 3/4/2019 at 2:03 PM, edinmass said:

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Awesome photo ruined by one obvious defect.

 

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If you are interested in what it is like riding in one of these.

 

 

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1 hour ago, alsancle said:

 

Awesome photo ruined by one obvious defect.

 

 

Yes......that sign is very distracting!

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On 3/4/2019 at 3:31 PM, trimacar said:

Is that a picture with the new top?

 

On 3/4/2019 at 1:57 PM, edinmass said:

 

My "Old Girlfriend"..........

 

gone but not forgotten...........

 

Chicago Auto Show Car, 1935..........Same as the car listed above for sale.........

 

 

 

35 PA.jpg

I heard about this car for years when I was kid living in Dayton, OH - and it was later bought by a Dayton  Collector (and his Cincinnati business partner) and restored  - I saw it a few times in the process of restoration and a few times thereafter (my former 1935 Auburn 851 Sedan came out of the same estate).  Apparently, in 1950's & 60's  the car had a few engine problems and the owner supposedly drove it with several pistons removed.     I hate to say it, but when Dad and I heard car was for sale (pre -restoration) we told a half dozen people trying to help "no" and did not go look at it.   Looks great with chrome wire wheels and spare tire covers - I thought you really did great by this car !

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Perhaps just close in looks, though in this video at about 1.35 and 6.13 is the yellow PA Cabriolet on this 1957 Wisconsin CCCA CARavan  (hood louvers and grill paint/chrome possibly look different and also no whitewalls and no spare tire covers). 

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John, that’s my old car showen above, owned then by the first president of the Pierce Arrow Society. Th car was painted yellow all over just like the last two others that were found......go figure how three of them would be painted all yellow. My old car was canary yellow when new. Ed

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I got a good shot of this one today before Ed jumped in front of it.

 

 

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On 3/10/2019 at 8:02 PM, alsancle said:

I got a good shot of this one today before Ed jumped in front of it.

 

 

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Beautiful car - needs sidemount covers though

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It’s a very nice car, and I helped them out a few times over the last two years to get it sorted out. Side mount covers are just about impossible to locate the correct ones.........1933-1935 Pierce cars are fantastic drivers.

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