1926 Model 80 Sedan to be Auctioned

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    The restored 1926 4 door sedan that has been for sale In Hemmings and on the PA site is listed with no reserve to be sold on Aug 17 at the Owls Head Transportation Museum New England Auto Auction. Information available on Owls Head Transportation site. Telephone bidding available.



    It is a Series 80 COACH, with a mono-tone paint job (no belt line stripe or black above the belt line), with non correct headlight lenses.

    It is painted in RESALE RED.

    It has a single wiper, and who knows if it is electric or the correct vacuum driven wiper motor.

    I think it will sell at a bargain price, but it will need work on the exterior to make it Pierce-Arrow elegant.

    Who knows what the interior looks like, but they say it is excel,,ent overall.

    They also indicate that the engine was completely rebuilt and list new pistons, valve lifter brackets and new wiring (not much wiring on a Series 80).

    Finally, they list new tubes and tires and a dual-spare carrier on the back with used tire mounted.

    It is an interesting project.




    I am not personally interested but think it may be a good buy for a Society Member. Thanks for your thoughts.

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