1934 Pierce-Arrow Arrowline 836A 3-Way Funeral Coach Vehicle Profile

1934 Pierce-Arrow Arrowline 836A photograph

1934 Pierce-Arrow Arrowline 836A photograph

1934 Pierce-Arrow Arrowline 836A photograph

1934 Pierce-Arrow Arrowline 836A photograph

1934 Pierce-Arrow Arrowline 836A photograph

1934 Pierce-Arrow Arrowline 836A photograph

1934 Pierce-Arrow Arrowline 836A photograph

1934 Pierce-Arrow Arrowline 836A photograph

1934 Pierce-Arrow Arrowline 836A photograph

1934 Pierce-Arrow Arrowline 836A photograph

1934 Pierce-Arrow Arrowline 836A photograph

1934 Pierce-Arrow Arrowline 836A photograph

1934 Pierce-Arrow Arrowline 836A photograph

1934 Pierce-Arrow Arrowline 836A photograph

1934 Pierce-Arrow Arrowline 836A photograph

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3-Way Funeral Coach
Coachwork: Henney
Looking like a final ride for Al Capone or John Dillinger, this 1934 Henney Arrowline is actually a cleverly disguised Pierce-Arrow. Built by the Henney Motor Car Co. in Freeport, Illinois, the Arrowline was the top-of-the-line hearse for Henney.

During the 1934-1937 partnership, Pierce-Arrows were shipped from Buffalo, New York, to Henney and stripped of every identifying badge, including the grille medallion, hub caps and even the name from the dashboard clock. As part of the modification process, the car was lengthened and covered with 18-guage steel. The three-way doors allowed pall bearers to more easily load or remove a heavy casket from the hearse.

The hearse features a straight 8-cylinder engine. It was sold to a funeral home in Los Angeles, California, where it's said it carried several noteworthy people to their final rest at local cemeteries like Forest Lawn and Hollywood Memorial.

Pierce-Arrow went bankrupt in 1937; this 1934 Henney Arrowline is one of only two known to still exist.

No auction information available for this vehicle at this time.

Recent Sales

(Data based on Model Year 1934 sales)
1934 Pierce Arrow
Sold for $38,500
  2017 Branson Collector Car Auction
 
1934 Pierce-Arrow Model 836A Sedan
Sold for $47,300
  2014 Auctions America - Auburn Fall
 

Vehicles That Failed To Sell

1934 Pierce-Arrow Arrowline 836A's that have appeared at auction but did not sell.
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