After sitting in a garage in Ohio for, at least, the past 50 years, my newly adopted 1929 DC Pierce Arrow will be heading off to the restoration shop this coming monday.
The adventure will be exciting to see the transformation but not so exciting watchING my bank account transform into a dry barron sink hole. lolol It will be worth it in the end. Doesn’t success allwas hurt in the process???
Pics to come as it leaves.
Please make sure your restoration shop doesn’t cut too many corners, or go for non authentic short cuts, like naugahyde instead of leather etc.
Your car is pretty rare, and deserves a proper restoration.
Nothing is so disappointing to see a car with plastic seat covering, chromed instead of nickel, wrong [plastic] light lenses, and modern cadium plated fasteners and phillips screw heads.. Oh, plastic wiring is also a major turn off.