Chassis #: 6339
Engine #: 6339
This 66 horsepower Pierce-Arrow 7 Passenger Touring car has a six-cylinder 'T' head design engine with a displacement of 714 cubic-inches. The 140-inch wheelbase was the longest for Pierce-Arrow in 1920 and the car is nearly eight feet tall. There were three model sizes for 1910, the 36 horsepower, 48 horsepower and 66 horsepower. Approximately 100 of the 66 horsepower cars were produced in 1910. This is one of four 1910, 66 horsepower cars known to exist, of which two are fully restored. The car was discovered in the Midwest in the early 1970s. The current owner purchased the car in the early 2000s and began a full restoration in the mid-2000s. The restoration was performed by Pierce-Arrow restoration specialist Howard Lane in Hardwick, Massachusetts.