This car has a 80 horsepower, six-cylinder engine by Pierce-Arrow, balloon tires, Pierce-Arrow four-wheel safety brakes, and Houdaille shock absorbers. This car is very rare because it is a five-passenger two-door Club Brougham. The Pierce-Arrow Society registers only seven of these body styles. The original selling price was $3,995.
'To gain new customers, luxury automaker Pierce-Arrow built a smaller, less expensive six-cylinder 1925 series called the Model 80. About 16,000 of these cars were produced before the company introduced the similar but revised Model 81 for 1928. The Model 80 received a new side-valve engine. Characteristics include a straight windshield, vertical hood louvers and a triple-lamp taillight. In addition to the factory bodies, custom bodies were also available from Brunn, LeBaron, Judkins, and other coachbuilders. This car was built in Buffalo, NY and has all the original parts. This car was restored by the owner during a four-year period to the original color and appointments. It has won a first place at the CCCA's Florida Grand Classic, with a score of 99 points.Also photographed at :