Mar 4, 2019
Episode 98: The 1933 Pierce Arrow 1236 Brougham is a grand looking vehicle manufactured in Buffalo New York.As stated in the episode and original article, the "Pierce Arrow was a premium marque since the dawn of motoring, founded in 1901 in Buffalo, New York, and quickly gaining a reputation for high-quality luxury cars. While the 1236 was not one of its grandest models, it is still a lovely car with advanced features for its time." https://journal.classiccars.com/2019/03/01/two-owner-pierce-arrow-coupe-v12/
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