This car is owned by a fun PAS member: Don’t you love original cars!!
Same car at Hershey in 2003 2003.
I remember seeing the car at Hershey, hard to think it was that many years ago. Henry Yeska had it for sale, which was interesting to me since I’d bought numerous Packard parts from him for my 443 coupe. I walked around it for probably 20 minutes, loving it, but my bank account at the time wasn’t up to the task!
The 1932 and 1933 Phaetons, Tourers, and Convertible Sedans are for me, the ultimate ‘dream-car’. They put an ‘X’ in just about every box:
Open car for great weather, close it up if it’s cool or wet, a back seat for your friends or your pets, and an all around great look.
The ’32 and ’33 Pierce Arrows had reached the pinnacle of style and mechanical sophistication for me.
What a beauty!