Take a look at a very nice Pierce Arrow body, fenders, and frame listed by John Cislak. Click link. Good Luck!
Air vents in the hood were not offered in 1934.This would lead one
to believe that a significant number of 836A’s were sold in 1935.I’ve
never seen one word in all the books and old ads that I’ve read to
substantiate this.People who I respect have lead me to believe that
836A’s 1080800 and above(or maybe 100 cars before that)were 1935 models.
Where’s the proof in print?
Hi Tony, The car was a Delux, with the big tail lights, and other trim, so maybe it was just the upgrade package. Ed
Sold to a PAS member to save a car with bad wood. At least the hot rod guys didn’t get it. Ed
Quite a few years ago Bernie wrote up the 836A’s in an article, in the “Arrow.” Yes, they did run the 836A’s into 1935, with’35 (slight) upgrades–sort of “warming them up.”