The innovate Pierce-Arrow styling for 1936 was aerodynamic and modern looking yet would be the firm's last new design ever built. Production continued through 1937 but dwindled quickly by 1938. While this new Pierce was on-par with its competition - Lincoln, Packard and Cadillac - the company suffered rear financial difficulty and would not survive beyond 1938.
This 1936 Pierce-Arrow Model 1601 Club Sedan is powered by an eight-cylinder engine delivering 185 horsepower. It sold for the sum of $3,795 when new.