1936 Pierce-Arrow Model 1602

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EngineV-12, 462 cubic-inches, 185 HP
Body StyleLimousine
Exterior ColorBlack
Interior ColorBlack and tan

The name Pierce-Arrow was once one of the most recognized and respected names in the automobile industry. For 38 years (1901-1938), the Pierce-Arrow Motor Car Company in Buffalo, New York, produced some of the finest automobiles made. Pierce-Arrows were large, expensive and beautifully built vehicles. During their production years, Pierce-Arrows could be found anywhere the rich and powerful worked and played. For over 20 years, Pierce-Arrow supplied cars to the White House for presidential use. They also supplied cars to the royal families of Japan, Greece, Saudi Arabia and Belgium. This 44,000-original-mile limousine was owned by the Huntington family, who were owners of a railroad and railway empire. Note the formal yet elegant presence of this vehicle.

The wheelbase of this car is 144 inches. It weighs 5,995 lbs.

Upholstery and interior

Pleated cloth

Engine

L-head

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