The 1930 Pierce Arrow Model B dual windshield phaeton that you see in this ad has the original 125 h.p. eight, which was the second year for Pierce Arrow’s new eight cylinder engine. This car wears an older restoration, having been a prize winning car several decades ago and still remains in very attractive condition. The extensive chrome trim is in very nice condition especially on front end there seems to just be no end to the amount of chrome that was used on 1930 Pierce Arrow phaetons.
We think that this car is the ultimate package for a 1930 Pierce Arrow phaeton in terms of all the features including of course the headlights in the fenders in which 1930 Pierce Arrow owned the patent.
The fender-mounted headlight was patented by Pierce-Arrow in 1914 and headlights built into the fenders appeared on no other cars until Pierce-Arrow ceased production in 1938.
Also you have to love the dual windshield, the artillery wheels with the chrome trim and the pin striping on them along with the chrome hood louvres in the hood. This car also has the very rare Pierce Arrow Archer and fitted trunk. Please note also in the pictures the attractive side mounts, side mount mirrors and a fitted trunk. It is in gorgeous touring condition. Mileage on odometer reads 93,117 but not documented.
Best of all the great color scheme! It would be hard to find a better packaged Pierce Arrow Phaeton than this 1930 Phaeton
It is believed that the paint is a authentic Pierce Arrow color scheme. We have viewed several Pierce Arrow color schemes for the 1930 Phaeton on the Internet and without a doubt we believe that most people would agree that this is the most attractive color scheme.
This Pierce Arrow is a large car with plenty of room for the driver and the passengers in the rear. It can tour for long distances in total comfort and whenever you decide to park it you will always be surrounded by a crowd with questions.