The Pierce-Arrow Society is dedicated to the preservation of Pierce-Arrow Motor Cars and trucks, Pierce bicycles and motorcycles, Pierce-Arrow Travelodge trailers, and the literature, artwork, and history associated with the Pierce-Arrow Motor Car Company.
With over 1000 members world-wide, the Pierce-Arrow Society offers members award-winning publications, technical information, and the opportunity to meet and tour with other Pierce-Arrow enthusiasts at both the Annual Meet and Regional activities.
The 1933 Silver Arrow is STILL recognized as one of the ten most influential automobile designs of all time. Only five were made and three survive.
The fender-mounted headlight was patented by Pierce-Arrow in 1914. Headlights built into the fenders appeared on no other cars until Pierce-Arrow ceased production in 1938.
Pierce-Arrows were the preferred luxury automobile of United States Presidents from William Howard Taft in 1908 until Franklin D. Roosevelt in 1933.