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1 Weis, Bernard J.: Editor The Arrow, Series 78, Model 1
USA The Pierce-Arrow Society 1978 First Edition Paperback Good 
Features: reproductions of several pages from the 1935 Pierce-Arrow catalog; a (slightly enlarged) reproduction of Chief Engineer David Fergusson's personal copy of the 1911-1912 Dealer Data Book; Reproduction of a Pierce-Arrow ad from a 1906 Life Magazine; Back cover reproduction of an Englebert Tire ad which appears to include the front end of a Pierce-Arrow; Photo of an all-chrome 20" high "Pierce" bike!. Clean and unmarked with moderate wear. A quality copy. 
Price: 199.95 USD
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2 Weis, Bernard J.: Editor The Arrow: Series 73, Model 2 *Conclusion of the Two-part Special on the 1936 Pierce-Arrow* (most of This Information Applies to the 1937 and 1938 models)
USA The Pierce-Arrow Society 1973 First Edition Paperback Good 
Features: *Super* 15-page feature of reproduced 'Engineering Advancements and Detailed Specifications - 1936 Pierce-Arrow Twelve and Eight-Cylinder Chassis'; Front cover lithograph by Dannenberg of a 1936 7-passenger sedan; reproductions of promotional literature sent to prospective dealers in the summer of 1936; Reproduced photos (interior and exterior) of Pierce-Arrow's 1937 Special Custom Body Group; 6 pages of detailed specifications for the Eight, Model 1601 (1936), 1701 (1937), 1801 (1938) and Twelve, Models 1602, 3 (1936); 1702, 3 (1937); 1802, 3 (1938); Owen-Dyneto Starter & Generator, Delco-Remy Ignition; Moderate wear. Some soiling to covers. Bit of writing in upper corner of front corner else umarked. A sound copy. 
Price: 399.95 USD
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3 Weis, Bernard J.: Editor The Arrow: Series 73, Model 3
USA The Pierce-Arrow Society 1973 First Edition Paperback Good 
Features: Cover photo of a 1934 Model 840A limousine; Reproduced news clipping of Ken Mausolf's 1920 Pierce Arrow; Pierce-Arrow in the Thirties - four-page article by Brooks T. Brierley; 1933-1938 Pierce-Arrow Registrations Chart; Two photos of a 1934 Model 836A four-door sedan; Reproduction of a 1973 news story about Charles Thompson, restorer of Woodrow Wilson's 1919 Pierce Arrow - reproductions of several related photos and articles included; Musings and many photos from the 1973 Meet; Back cover features a reproduction of a Pierce-Arrow Common Stock Certificate. Moderate wear. Some soiling to front covers. Unmarked. A sound copy. 
Price: 199.95 USD
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4 Weis, Bernard J.: Editor The Arrow: Series 73, Model 4
USA The Pierce-Arrow Society 1973 First Edition Paperback Good 
Features: reproductions of two short articles from 'The Pierce-Arrow Salesman'; Organizational Chart of the Pierce-Arrow Company, circa 1918; Evaluating the 'Dymaxion' car, by Maurice A. Thorne (Pierce-Arrow Experimental Engineer, 1929-34); reproduction of an interesting "Alemite Equipment Sheet" circa 1920, which was mailed to a customer by his Pierce-Arrow dealer; Reproduction of a 1973 news story about the renovation of a 1924 Pierce Arrow Truck at Burlington County Votech - many photos; Large original factory photo of a 1914 Pierce-Arrow runabout; Six-page article entitled "Old Days Service Garage Experiences", by John M. Powers - includes chassis diagram of a 1915 48-B-3 Pierce-Arrow which shows 93 (!) greasing points; Service Section - New Haven Station is Model - nicely illustrated 2-page article about a P-A dealership in New Haven; Three *great* pages of photos and text about the Clarke-Leu Company, the P-A dealer in Albany, NY; Recollections about the Famous Pierce-Arrow Cars, by A.C. May; Pierce-Arrow Epigrams, circa 1916, are reproduced inside back cover; On back cover is a reproduction of a 1920 dealer's quote for a five-ton dual valve Pierce-Arrow dump with four-yard steel body ($7242.40). Moderate wear. Bit of writing atop front cover. A sound copy. 
Price: 299.95 USD
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5 Weis, Bernard J.: Editor The Arrow: Series 74, Model 1
USA The Pierce-Arrow Society 1974 First Edition Paperback Good 
Features: Cover photo of a 1935 model 845 Silver Arrow; Photo of Pierce bus at work in the Bay area inside front cover; 1915 Pierce-Arrow news items; photos of a 1910 6-48 close-coupled touring car; four photos of George R. Wood's 1915 P-A in Vancouver, B.C.; Contemporary photos of the former P-A administration building in Buffalo, NY; The Pierce-Arrow lounge at Fred Tycher's Hilton Hotel in Dallas, Texas; Several pages reproduced from the P-A Salesman, circa 1915; One Man's Family... of Pierce-Arrows! - by Roger J. Sherman of Longmont, Colorado; two- page of article reproduced from The P-A. Salesman entitled 'Dual-Valve Six Pronounced a Super Car by Critics - impression created by Extended Demonstrating trip presages Speedy Marketing of Latest Series"; Two page article reproduced from a 1960 issue of this publication entitled "Buffalo to New York via Gas Buggy" which discusses the trip of a 1901 motorette in 1922; A P-A delivers George Raft to the opening of the MGM Grand; reproduction of a 3-page article on "The Parts Division", by C.D. Cowles, Manager Parts Division; 1-page reproduction of an illustrated article entitled "Testing Pierce-Arrow Motors" by L.H. Gates, Foreman; factory photos of three Series 36 Pierce-Arrows - exterior and interior views of Mr.s Calvin Coolidge's 7-passenger French Landau, a 7-passenger Touring, and a 3-passenger Coupe. Back cover features reproduction of a Pierce 'Certificate of Efficiency'. Moderate wear. Date written atop front cover else unmarked. A quality copy. 
Price: 199.95 USD
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6 Weis, Bernard J.: Editor The Arrow: Series 74, Model 2
USA The Pierce-Arrow Society 1974 First Edition Paperback Good 
Features: Cover photo of Ab Jenkins and his 1933 V-12 Pierce-Arrow; Obituary of Arthur Kumpf inside front cover - Mr. Kumpf had a long association with the Pierce-Arrow, including service as a racer and endurance driver in the U.S. and Europe; list of Ab Jenkins' Driving achievements; Fredericksburg Meet Photos on pages 13 through 20; items on pages 4 through 9 are from the March 31, 1930 issue of 'The Pierce-Arrow News' (which was a large 'newspaper format' factory publication); Some Pierce-Arrows at Harrah's - with text and photos; New Parts Set-Up Gives Rush Service; Downton Window Display Proves Successful for Holden-Nelson; Here's the way your parts orders are handled; Speech of Col. Charles Clifton, 1917; Speech of Mr. Day about factory plans for the maintenance and up-building of Pierce-Arrow quality; Paint Shop Memories, by William L. Fischer; Many great photos from the 1974 PAS meet; Text of talk given at meet by Maurice A. Thorne. Back cover features reproduction of an ad for the Pierce-Arrow Travelodge, an early house/travel-trailer which could be pulled by car. Moderate wear. Umarked. A quality copy. 
Price: 199.95 USD
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7 Weis, Bernard J.: Editor The Arrow: Series 76, Model 3 *Series 33 Feature*
USA The Pierce-Arrow Society 1976 First Edition Paperback Good 
Features: Two photos of an original 1931 Club Sedan; Two photos of Seth Ely's 1911 'Touring Car'; Many pages of photos from the PAS 1976 meet at Painted Post, NY; 13 glorious pages reproduced from a catalog entitled 'Presenting the Pierce-Arrow Dual-Valve Six, Series 33, plus specifications from the Dealer Data Book, with emphasis on body details; List of P-A's available for sale by Dr. Art Burrichter in Florida; Back cover features a reproduction of sales literature from the 1925 Series 33 Portfolio. Date written in upper corner of front cover else unmarked with moderate wear. A quality copy. 
Price: 399.95 USD
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8 Weis, Bernard J.: Editor The Arrow: Series 76, Model 4 *Part II of Series 33 Special*
USA The Pierce-Arrow Society 1976 First Edition Paperback Good 
Features: Cover photo of a 1923 Series 33 EDLimousine; Inside of front cover features diagrams of three body styles available on the Series 33 chassis; Document from and about Pierce-Arrow's Chief Surgeon, Dr. Harry B. Pinkerton, including transcript of a speech concerning P-A's Medical Department - several photos; 10 Fantastic pages reprinted from the Dealer Data Book re: the Pierce-Arrow Dual-Valve Six, Series 33 - with emphasis upon mechanical components; Ab Jenkins demonstrates the 1932 V-12; Paul Shager's 1929 Model 133 7-passenger sedan; 1933 '836' Club Sedan - 2 photos; reproductions of four suggestions for show ads; reproduced article entitled 'New Art Plating Department'; reproduced article entitled 'New Pierce-Arrow Home at Cleveland'; inside back cover shows diagrams of three body styles available on the Series 33 chassis; Back cover photo of the Pierce-Arrow Series 33 Dual-Valve Engine. Moderate wear. Unmarked. A quality copy. 
Price: 199.95 USD
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9 Weis, Bernard J.: Editor The Arrow: Series 77, Model 4
USA The Pierce-Arrow Society 1977 First Edition Paperback Good 
Features: Inside the front cover is an ad reproduced from an issue of the 1914 Saturday Evening Post; On the last page and inside the back cover are reproduced a folder which describes an aid to steering invented and marketed in the 1920's by former Pierce-Arrow engineer Francis W. Davis, the man who also invented power steering; "Notes of an Apprentice Pierce-Arrow Salesman" by William G. Astridge (based upon notes written by his wife when he returned from 'Salesmen's School'; 13 glorious pages of a reproduced portfolio entitled 'Pierce-Arrow, New Salon Models, Advance Custom Modes for 1931; Copy of a 1935 letter from John Powers to Benito Mussolini regarding 'Mr. Duce's' policy of acquiring the world's supply of 'old and antiquated automobiles'.; 2 photos of a 1931 Model 41; reproduction of an article entitled 'Denver Trip in Record Time' re: Frank Botterill and his record-making dual valve six; reproduction of San Francisco P-A billboard; Two-page illustrated article on the early history of Pierce Truck; back cover features reproduction of a P.A. ad from the Nov. 1911 issue of Country Life in America. Unmarked. A sound copy. 
Price: 199.95 USD
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10 Weis, Bernard J.: Editor The Arrow: Series 78, Model 2
USA The Pierce-Arrow Society 1978 First Edition Paperback Good 
Features: Great photos (and specifications) of various bodies on the Model Z Pierce-Arrow bus chassis - Triple combination fire engine, Express moving van, Pure Oil Tank Car, Pierce-Arrow Funeral Coach (over 24' long!), Black and Decker Demonstration Coach; Pierce-Arrow ad from the April 30, 1927 Literary Digest reproduced inside front cover; Pierce-Arrow ad from the 11/25 (?) issue of Life Magazine reproduced on back cover; My 1925 Series 33 Derham Convertible Coupe (with photos), by Roland Berger of Spring Valley, NY; Southern California PAS Members Get Together (with photos); John M. Karle's custom roadster; Al Iverson's 1921 Series 12; photo of 1928 Series 81 7-passenger sedan; photo of unusual truck in South Dakota powered by a 1907 model 65-Q Pierce engine (#6057); photo of a 1933 Model 1247 LeBaron Convertible Sedan; two unidentified photos of a mid-'20's Pierce Roadster; Photos of a 1936 Pierce-Arrow V-12 in the midst of restoration; Juliette's Journey - the journey of Fred Tycher's 1928 "81". Unmarked with moderate wear. A quality copy. 
Price: 199.95 USD
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