Chassis #: 67200
Engine # 67200
Few car companies enjoyed the same success over the same long period that Pierce-Arrow did before 1920. In 1918, Pierce-Arrow increased its stake as the premier luxury American carmaker by introducing a new 66 horsepower engine. It retained the same 825 cubic-inch displacement and 6-cylidners as prior models, but increased the power with 4 valves per cylinder. The 'dual-valve 66' was also the first American car to feature four-wheel brakes. Only four prototype cars were built with this new engine and were reportedly sent to dealers as demonstrators. This 7 passenger touring is the only surviving example of the four dual-valve 66 Prototypes.
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(Data based on Model Year 1918
Vehicles That Failed To Sell1918 Pierce-Arrow Model 66 A-4's that have appeared at auction but did not sell.
|Vehicle||Chassis||Event||High Bid||Est. Low||Est. High|
|1918 Pierce Arrow Model 66 A-4||67784||2009 Vintage Motor Cars of Hershey by RM Auctions||$500,000||$650,000||$750,000|
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