Pierce-Arrow managed to retain its dignity, style, grace and quality even as its business unwound in the Thirties. One of the greatest American automobile manufacturers, counted among "The Three P's" at the pinnacle of the industry along with Packard and Peerless, Pierce-Arrow never lost its dedication to building elegantly designed high quality automobiles. This 1933 836A Club Brougham is a perfect example. It has been meticulously restored to standards appropriate to the criteria of Pierce-Arrow. Finished in a subtle yet distinctive shade of Metallic Light Green with Green accent and fenders and a complementary Light Green wood cloth interior piped in Dark Green set off by Cream wire wheels, it is the epitome of the concept of "presence" when applied to an automobile. It is thoroughly equipped including chrome wheel trim rings, wide whitewall tires, trunk rack, heater, freewheeling, turn signals, opening windshield, rollup rear and quarter window privacy shades, folding rear seat armrests and has the Pierce-Arrow archer radiator ornament, dual horns and the Pierce-Arrow patented headlights faired into the front fenders. The engine compartment is highly detailed. The instruments, panel and dashboard are especially attractive. This magnificent Pierce-Arrow was restored as a high point show car and every aspect shows the quality of the materials and workmanship employed. The restoration has now mellowed a little with age but it has recently been serviced by a Pierce-Arrow expert who dialed it in to be an exquisite tour car where it will not fail to bring positive comments and admiration from the most discriminating and informed observers. This is a marvelous machine.