1934 | Pierce-Arrow 1240 A

1934 Pierce-Arrow 12-40 A V12 '34

GBP 61,995

 

Pierce-Arrow 1240 A

Pierce-Arrow 1240 A

Pierce-Arrow 1240 A

Pierce-Arrow 1240 A

Pierce-Arrow 1240 A

Pierce-Arrow 1240 A

Pierce-Arrow 1240 A

Pierce-Arrow 1240 A

Pierce-Arrow 1240 A

Pierce-Arrow 1240 A

Pierce-Arrow 1240 A

Pierce-Arrow 1240 A

Pierce-Arrow 1240 A

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1934 | Pierce-Arrow 1240 A

1934 Pierce-Arrow 12-40 A V12 '34
GBP 61,995

 

Belgium

 
Saloon / 4-doors
129/175 kw/hp
51,277 mls
Xavier Molenaar

Oldtimerfarm SPRL / BVBa

  • Vehicle details

    Vehicle data
    Make Pierce-Arrow
    Model 12
    Model name 1240 A
    Year of manufacture 1934
    Mileage (read) 51,277 mls
    Technical details
    Body style Saloon
    Body detail 4-doors
    Power (kw/hp) 129/175
    Cubic capacity (ccm) 7,571
    Cylinders 12
    Doors 4
    Steering Left (LHD)
    Transmission Manual
    Gears 3
    Drive Rear
    Front Brake Drum
    Rear Brake Drum
    Fuel Petrol

Description

❗****Lowered price from €77.500-> €72.500❗****

Pierce-Arrow Motor Car Company was an American automobile manufacturer based in Buffalo, New York, which was active from 1901 to 1938. Although best known for its expensive luxury cars, Pierce-Arrow also manufactured commercial trucks, fire trucks, camp trailers, motorcycles, and bicycles. The Pierce-Arrow was a status symbol, owned by many Hollywood stars and tycoons. Most of the royalty of the world had at least one Pierce-Arrow in its collection. Some have described Pierce and two of its rivals among American luxury cars, Peerless and Packard, as the "Three P's of Motordom. In 1928, the Studebaker Corporation of South Bend, Indiana, gained control of the Buffalo firm. The association was to last for five years, with moderate benefits to both companies' engineering departments, which continued to function as separate entities. Pierce-Arrow also gained a dealer network, as the cars were sold through Studebaker dealerships. Under Studebaker ownership Pierce-Arrow retired the venerable 6-cylinder engine and in 1929 introduced an L-head [straight-eight engine], which displaced 366 cubic inches. In 1933, Pierce-Arrow unveiled the radically streamlined Silver Arrow in a final attempt to appeal to the wealthy at the New York Auto Show. The car was well received by the public and the motoring press, being announced with the slogan "Suddenly it's 1940!" Pierce sold five examples but, since it was priced at $10,000 during the worst of the Depression, the rich were hesitant to spend so much. The bodies were built at Studebaker, which subsequently assisted in rolling out a lower-priced production model. This, however, lacked many luxury features of the show car and still failed to generate enough sales. Specifications Wheelbase : 353 cm (139 in) Weight : 2314 kg (5102 lb) Engine : V12 7566 cc (462 ci), front-mounted 24 valves 2 Stromberg carburettors 3-speed manual gearbox Maximum power : 175 bhp at 3400 rpm

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Oldtimerfarm SPRL / BVBa

Steenweg op Deinze 51C

9880 Aalter

+32472401338

Xavier Molenaar

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Oldtimerfarm SPRL / BVBa
Xavier Molenaar
Steenweg op Deinze 51C
Belgium 9880 Aalter
Oldtimerfarm SPRL / BVBa
Xavier Molenaar
Steenweg op Deinze 51C
Belgium 9880 Aalter
Xavier Molenaar
Oldtimerfarm SPRL / BVBa
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