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Interesting story on this Pierce Arrow, that I will post later on. It’s hasn’t been running since the 50’s, when it was taken apart for restoration. Long time owner recently died........we finished assembling it........and have two hundred miles on it. Taking it to the Pierce Arrow Society Annual Meet tomorrow, where it will be driven on all the tours and offered for sale. AACA members get first shot at it. Show up to the meet at Hershey Pennsylvania and take it on tour. Runs great, and no bad habits. Turn key car needs nothing to enjoy today. Runs cool, starts great, smooth as glass ride. $44,800 or a near offer. Needs to go. We have too many cars in the barn.

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More photos and story later.......busy loading up for the meet.......

 

Car is in Hershey Pa this week, then Springfield Mass after the meet.

 

 

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Sorry I didn’t post the car’s story.......we had the trip to hell taking the car from Massachuetts to Hershey. Flat tire, road closed for two hours due to an accident, pouring rain, traffic.......well, we arrived safe. Will unload the car in the morning and “blog” the tour. Best, Ed.

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On my way to AACA world headquarters. I have told Steve M to prepare for my welcoming. Here is my request. It’s 5 o’clock somewhere. 

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Off exploring on our own,  we can smell the chicken manure, this covered bridge was an unexpected bonus.

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At the FANTASTIC new AACA Headquarters & Library..........we meet the infamous; or famous, esteemed national executive head Potentate..........Steve M!

 

Steve is posing by his first car he had back in high school, I never realized they had cars back in the horse and buggy days. 

 

 

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Visited a collection tonight......nice stuff.......some which I have competed against in the same class at Pebble or Amelia. Just two weeks ago, we went head to head with the Ruxton........

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At a real Amish farm that has a foundry. Ice cream made from a steam engine. Lots of fun. 

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While not a “done deal” it seems this thread has helped the 1934 Pierce find a new home. It’s probably only a 50/50 situation........time will tell. (Several low ball offers were refused.) The car ran great on tour, and had a touch of vapor lock as there wasn’t time to install an electric fuel pump.......a must on EVERY Pierce from 1929-1938. It did actually.........fail to proceed........as John is so cheap he thought the car would run on air..........so we put some gas in it and all was well. Fortunately it occurred at the hotel parking lot........that was 10,000 to 1. Just dumped a Jerry jug in it and it fired right up. I’ll post the interesting story of this car and one other in the meet photos tomorrow. My best to all, and thanks for all the nice comments and text messages from everyone. It’s fun to share what true pre war cars are all about.....driving them......with family and friends.

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One last note...........we will have a fantastic Pierce sedan available soon. Never before seen in the PAS, great overall condition.........probably 92-94 points CCCA. Done in our shop, for ourselves........but things change. We have been working on this frame off car for several years......it’s sharp, well done, and has great eyeball. Probably another six months before we get it listed for sale. If your in the market for a great sedan, PM me. It’s a 1933 eight in very nice colors.........

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11 minutes ago, edinmass said:

While not a “done deal” it seems this thread has helped the 1934 Pierce find a new home. It’s probably only a 50/50 situation........time will tell. (Several low ball offers were refused.) The car ran great on tour, and had a touch of vapor lock as there wasn’t time to install an electric fuel pump.......a must on EVERY Pierce from 1929-1938. It did actually.........fail to proceed........as John is so cheap he thought the car would run on air..........so we put some gas in it and all was well. Fortunately it occurred at the hotel parking lot........that was 10,000 to 1. Just dumped a Jerry jug in it and it fired right up. I’ll post the interesting story of this car and one other in the meet photos tomorrow. My best to all, and thanks for all the nice comments and text messages from everyone. It’s fun to share what true pre war cars are all about.....driving them......with family and friends.

 

If I sold a car to every guy who said he was buying, I'd have no cars left...

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9 minutes ago, Matt Harwood said:

 

If I sold a car to every guy who said he was buying, I'd have no cars left...


Yup.....been there, done that. This is a qualified buyer, wanting his first Pierce, and came to the meet to investigate the cars and club. We took him on tour for a day. He’s local to us up north, so there was no need to push a deal. He’s coming over next week to put some miles on it. It’s a fantastic driver......and it will sell itself. Turn key Pierce cars are impossible to find.

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Want to know the story on this car? It’s a one off special order 1932 Pierce Series 54 Convertible Coupe. What’s special? It’s got a one off big block Pierce engine in it with a stroker kit from the factory......with documentation! 385 cid special......it’s a rocket ship, and one of my favorite Pierce cars. I took it for a spin...."and it’s everything you think it would be.

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17 minutes ago, edinmass said:

Want to know the story on this car? It’s a one off special order 1932 Pierce Series 54 Convertible Coupe. What’s special? It’s got a one off big block Pierce engine in it with a stroker kit from the factory......with documentation! 385 cid special......it’s a rocket ship, and one of my favorite Pierce cars. I took it for a spin...."and it’s everything you think it would be.

 

Notice how I can cherry pick stuff out of the crowd?  Even with your shadow blocking the sun.

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