Pierce-Arrow enjoyed remarkable prestige and standing from the earliest days of American motor cars. The original Silver Arrow was built for the Chicago Worlds Fair in 1933. Its streamlined styling was the most advanced of the day. It is powered by a....[continue reading]
This radical, aerodynamic design by Philip O. Wright and built by Studebaker in South Bend, Indiana was produced for the 1933 Chicago World's Fair. This example is one of five examples built, of which only three survive. The original price was $10,00....[continue reading]
Throughout its 50 year history, McLaren has worn a number of different liveries from orange, to red and white, to silver and black. However, there is one color that is even more synonymous with the name—gold....
Voting is now open in the Car of the Year category in the International Historic Motoring Awards, in association with EFG International and Octane magazine. To have your say in what should be celebrated...
1933 Pierce-Arrow Silver Arrow Production Figures
2,152 total vehicles produced by Pierce-Arrow in 1933