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1935 Pierce-Arrow 845 Coupe Vehicle Profile

1935 Pierce-Arrow 845 photograph

1935 Pierce-Arrow 845 photograph

1935 Pierce-Arrow 845 photograph

1935 Pierce-Arrow 845 photograph

1935 Pierce-Arrow 845 photograph

1935 Pierce-Arrow 845 photograph

1935 Pierce-Arrow 845 photograph

1935 Pierce-Arrow 845 photograph

1935 Pierce-Arrow 845 photograph

1935 Pierce-Arrow 845 photograph

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Pierce-Arrow was an American automobile manufacturer based in Buffalo, New York, and was active between 1901 and 1938. Best known for its expensive luxury cars, Pierce-Arrows also manufactured commercial trucks, fire trucks, camp trailers, motorcycles, and bicycles. In 1903 Pierce decided to concentrate on making a larger, more luxurious auto for the upscale market, and the Pierce-Arrow automobile was born. This proved to be Pierce's most successful product, and the solidly-built cars with powerful engines gained positive publicity by winning various auto races. During this period, Pierce's high-end products were sometimes advertised as the Great-Arrow. In 1908 Pierce Motor Company was renamed The Pierce-Arrow Motor Car Company.

The Pierce-Arrow was a status symbol, owned by many Hollywood stars and corporate tycoons; royalty of many foreign nations had at least one Pierce-Arrow in their collections. Among American luxury cars it was rivaled only by the Peerless and Packard, which collectively received the accolade 'Three P's of Motordom.' Pierce-Arrow advertisements were artistic and understated. Some advertisements featured the car in places an automobile would not normally go, such as the West and other rural settings, a testament to car's ruggedness and quality. This Model 845 Coupe is one of two remaining with a rear-mounted spare accentuating the graceful sweep of the fenders.


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1935 Pierce-Arrow 845 Auction Sales

Recent Sales

(Data based on Model Year 1935 sales)
1935 Pierce-Arrow 845 Sedan
Chassis#: 238S442
Sold for USD$28,600
  2017 The Auburn Auction : Worldwide Auctioneers
 
1935 Pierce-Arrow Model 845 Coupe
Sold for USD$68,750
  2014 Auctions America : California
 
1935 Pierce-Arrow Sedan
Sold for USD$27,000
  2014 Mecum - Kissimmee
 
1935 Pierce-Arrow 845 Three-Window Coupe
Sold for USD$275,000
  2013 Worldwide - The Houston Classic
 
1935 Pierce-Arrow Model 845 Rumble Seat Coupe
Chassis#: 2090304
Sold for USD$41,660
  2012 Bonhams - Collectors' Motor cars and Automobilia
 
1935 Pierce-Arrow 845 Formal Sedan
Sold for USD$74,250
  2008 Collector Cars of Fort Lauderdale
 
1935 Pierce Arrow 845
Sold for USD$46,000
  2007 Bonhams, An Important Sale of Collectors' Motorcars and Automobilia
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Vehicles That Failed To Sell

1935 Pierce-Arrow 845's that have appeared at auction but did not sell.
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1935 Pierce-Arrow 845

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