1913→1918 Pierce-Arrow Model 38
In 1913 Pierce-Arrow introduced their 6-cylinder engine in the Model 38 line. The car was a small version of the Model 66, but was still made to same high levels craftsmanship of craftsmanship. For instance aluminum was used extensively in the design including the body.
|type||Series Production Car|
|production years||1913 – 1918|
Auction Sales History
1916 Pierce-Arrow Model 38 Four-Passenger Touring – sold for $170,500 Believed One of Only Three Remaining Model 38 Four-Passenger Touring Models. Spectacular Candidate for Preservation Concours Participation. Accompanied by Original Keys, Locks, and a New Top. Veteran of Numerous Brass and Nickel Era Tours. Auction Source: 2014 Pebble Beach Auctions by Gooding & Company
1913 Pierce-Arrow Model 38-C Roadster 33562 – did not sell for $95,000 Two owners from new. A veteran of numerous HCCA tours. Recently refreshed. Auction Source: Amelia Island 2014 by RM Auctions
1919 Pierce-Arrow Series 31 Dual-Valve 38 4-Passenger Roadster 311365 – did not sell for $159,500. One of Just Three Known to Exist. Well-Documented History. Ideal Brass and Nickel Era Tour Car. Powerful, Late Dual-Valve Model. Notably Light and Easy to Drive Example. Modoc Tour Veteran. Auction Source: The Scottsdale Auctions by Gooding & Company