The subject of a nut-and-bolt concours-quality restoration performed by a respected marque specialist, rarely seen finished to such a standard. Powered by a mighty T-head inline-six and ideal for touring or high-level concours events.
Grand and commanding, this 1923 Model 33 Vestibule Sedan is a superb example of Pierce-Arrow’s luxurious flagship. This outstanding motorcar was once the centerpiece of a significant collection of Pierce automobiles, and it has since enjoyed a charmed existence in another private grouping of fine cars. Noted marque specialist Ron Blissit performed the meticulous nut and bolt restoration in the early 2000s, and it won a Pierce-Arrow Society Best in Class in 2005. It is offered today in superb condition, finished in a beautiful two-tone burgundy livery with cream coach stripes, wood artillery wheels, and black wall tires. The paint is gorgeous, still looking remarkably fresh and displaying excellent fit of the aluminum coachwork. As one of Pierce-Arrow’s more formal offerings, this sedan maintains an understated profile with minimal brightwork, though the nickel-plated bumpers, radiator shell, and various handles and fittings are all in superb order. Accessories include dual side-mount spares with mirrors, a beautifully restored period trunk, and a lovely nickel stoplight.