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Story of the Week:

Published: 10.15.2014
Historical Snapshot: The Pierce-Arrow Automobiles
By: Robert Tate, Automotive Historian/Researcher
Images: Courtesy of the National Automotive History Collection

As we look back over the early days of our automotive heritage, we admire the Pierce-Arrow automo-bile as a unique and fascinating vehicle. The vehicles manufacturing dates back from 1901 through 1938 out of Buffalo, New York. Ironically, the Pierce-Arrow journey began with the production of bi-cycles in the late 1890's, followed by light cars produced and powered by Dion-Bouton engines shortly after.

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