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Pierce Arrow 1933 EDL Model 836 - $49,000 (Wellington)


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Pierce Arrow 1933 EDL Model 836 - $49,000 (Wellington)

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1933 Pierce Arrow 836

condition: good
cylinders: 8 cylinders
drive: rwd
fuel: gas
odometer: 78000
paint color: blue
size: full-size
title status: clean
transmission: manual
type: sedan

Serious inquiries only!

1933 Pierce Arrow Enclosed Drive Limousine (EDL)
Model 836

Inline 8 engine
Extremely Rare rear mount spare Tire
Back seat foot rest
A pleasure to drive
Doors shut like a bank vault, solid
Original colors with 1 re paint
Pierce arrow had a reputation for automotive excellence and elegance
A Classic under any circumstance and a dream to own.

Low 78K Miles
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Yes, we've seen it before.  It's not an EDL (Enclosed Drive Limousine) which would have a division glass and jump seats; photo #12 on CL shows the front seat frame too far to the rear for that and no provision for a glass partition.  I tend to think it's a 5-passenger sedan for the same front-seat-position reason.  Both EDLs and 7-passenger sedans were built on a 139" wheelbase rather than the 136" for all other "n36" models ("n" being "8" or "12" for number of cylinders, and a straight-on side view would show the wonderful proportions that an extra 3"  provides 🙂 .  Oil lines are cobbled but fixable, top seams costly to re-do correctly.  IMHO, substantially overpriced for what it is.

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