What's on the web on your pursuit, hobbies, interests and worries

PierceArrow news

Me & My Car: 1918 Pierce-Arrow a bonafide joyride


East Bay Times - Apr 10, 2017
The car and the company were called Pierce-Arrow, but that wasn't how it started. The history goes back to 1878 when George Pierce started a company that made birdcages, bathtubs and bicycles. He made his first car in 1901, but it was in 1904 when the ...
 

Starting line for the Great Race lands in Buffalo in 2018


Buffalo News - Apr 9, 2017
Buffalo's Pierce Arrow Museum will be the starting line for the Great Race, billed as the world's premier old car rally, in June 2018. Details of the distinction will be discussed during a news conference at the museum, 263 Michigan Ave., at 11 a.m ...
 

Pick of the Day: 1909 Pierce-Arrow motorcycle


Classic Car News - Apr 4, 2017
Anybody who knows anything about vintage cars knows about Pierce-Arrow, a premier maker of luxury automobiles through the 1930s. Less known is the company's brief foray into motorcycles, producing the first four-cylinder model in the U.S., a bike that ...
 

Pierce Arrow - premium items on eBay

1920's CAST IRON TOY TAKE-APART PIERCE ARROW SEDAN CAR By KILGORE Mfg Co


 

1920's CAST IRON TOY TAKE-APART PIERCE ARROW ROADSTER CAR By KILGORE Mfg Co


 

1934 Pierce-Arrow 1240A Sedan 1934 Pierce-Arrow 1240A 5-Passenger Sedan


 

1932 Packard Twin Six Engine V12 Twelve 1933 1934 1935 1936 1937 1938 Super 8


 

1928 Pierce Arrow -- 1928 Pierce Arrow


 

>> Go to all great Pierce Arrow deals on eBay


Pierce Arrow books

Pierce-Arrow Legacy


by: Mrs Eleanore T. Leigh
The Pierce-Arrow car is revered a century after its invention. Owners still drive these exquisite cars. Here is the story about the man who built the foundation that made the Pierce-Arrow a legacy.
>> More info on Amazon

Pierce-Arrow


by: Susan Howe

Pierce-Arrow takes as its shooting off point the figure of Charles S. Peirce, the allusive late nineteenth-century philosopher-scientist and founder of pragmatism, a man always on the periphery of the academic and social establishments yet intimately conjoined with them by birth and upbringing.

Pierce-Arrow, Susan Howe’s newest book of poems, takes as its point of departure the figure of Charles S. Peirce, the allusive nineteenth-century philosopher-scientist and founder of pragmatism, a man always on the periphery of the academic and social establishment yet intimately conjoined with them by birth and upbringing.
>> More info on Amazon

Pierce-Arrow: First Among America's Finest


by: Maurice D. Hendry
Excerpt from the introduction: To most of today's youngsters encountering the name, Pierce-Arrow means no more than do the names of dozens of other extinct automobile manufacturers who enjoyed their brief moment of glory and then vanished What, if anything, makes the all but forgotten Pierce-Arrow worthy of remembrance among these others? Forty years ago there was no question about which car enjoyed first place in national esteem - Pierce-Arrow; and like Rolls-Royce it conjured up visions of grandeur, relaxed living, good breeding, and absence of financial strain.
>> More info on Amazon

Auburn, Reo, Franklin and Pierce-Arrow Versus Cadillac, Chrysler, Lincoln and Packard


by: Brooks T. Brierley
Black and white photographs document the 1930's struggle by small independent luxury car manufacturers to stay in business against the "giants" (Cadillac, Chrysler, Lincoln, and Packard). The images chronicle the small companies' consolidation, separation, and ultimate failure to maintain production. 139 b&w photos.
>> More info on Amazon

>> Go to all Pierce Arrow books


Pierce Arrow pictures on the web

>> Show

Pierce Arrow videos

Pierce Arrow Test Drive


A test drive in a 1935 Pierce Arrow V12. Notice taking off in high gear from 5 mph. Lots of torque.
 

GORGEOUS 1934 PIERCE ARROW 8-840 COUPE


SEEN IN MONTREAL QUEBEC, AT A LITTLE VAQ SHOW.
 

1934 Pierce-Arrow Engine


 

1932 Pierce Arrow V12 Barn Find Clean Up


 

Nikola Tesla's Pierce-Arrow Electric Car Battery


What was the mysterious power source within Nikola Tesla's electric car experiments spanning from 1897 to 1931? Was it a primary variation of a metal hydride ...