1926 Pierce Arrow Series 80 Coach / Sehr Selten For Sale
Pierce Arrow from Buffalo, New York was more than
three decades a high quality car brand in the United States.
The Pierce Arrow is a great car to drive, but as a
passenger with a driver you will also have a lot of fun.
This Pierce Arrow is in a perfect condition. With his
beautiful paint, the many chrome and wooden details
this Pre-War is truly a sight for sore eyes.
The engine runs excellent and also the manual
transmission shifts perfectly.
US Import, This car already has been imported.
All import taxes and fees are already paid for.
The car has a US Title and Customs documents.
We can organize transport for you.
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