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 Post subject: Re: LeBaron Pierce-Arrow
PostPosted: Sun Jan 22, 2017 1:11 am 
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LeBaron Pierce-Arrow Twelve Convertible Sedan, 1933


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 Post subject: Re: LeBaron Pierce-Arrow
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LeBaron Pierce-Arrow Sedan, 1931


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 Post subject: Re: LeBaron Pierce-Arrow
PostPosted: Thu Jun 11, 2020 1:33 pm 
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TommyK wrote:
LeBaron Pierce-Arrow V12 Enclosed Drive Limousine, 1932


This car was the New York Auto Show car from 1933. The body was one of ten built in a batch in Bridgeport Ct. The first one was built for August Busch of Budweiser fame, that was three inches taller in the roof line, and armored with gun ports and gun racks. This car was delivered in Syracuse New York to the owners of the Haberle Brewing Company. It remained in the family till just after the war, and then was on a used car lot in 1946 with 12,000 miles on it. They were asking 100.00. A fifteen year old boy left a five dollar deposit, with arrangements to pick it up in three days. When he went to collect the car, the dealer sold it out from under him for 125.00 and handed him his five dollars back. He still had the receipt in the year 2000 when I pulled the car out of a barn in Michagan in March of that year. I found it with 28,000 miles on it. With a 1950 repaint, otherwise it was original and unmolested. I drove it many thousands of miles. It is the only example known of a split windshield V-12 closed seven passenger car.


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