1925 Pierce Arrow Series 80 Coach / Sammlerstuck! For Sale
This Pierce Arrow is a 5-passenger coach and is in very
This classic from the 20's was developed for the upper
The six cylinder engine runs excellent and the
transmission shifts perfectly.
The paint is in very good condition and the chrome
The beautiful wooden details look perfect and give this
Pre-War its typical 20s look.
The interior is well maintained and in very good
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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