Our story...

In the early fifties, R. Vale Faro had an idea to contact other Pierce-Arrow owners, through various car clubs, in the hopes of establishing an owners list of Pierce-Arrow automobiles that had survived over the years. In August of 1957 the Pierce-Arrow Society was born.

Founder Vale Farro (center) at 2nd PAS meet August 1, 1959

Bringing enthusiasts and motor cars together...

In the early years of the Society, the first two National Meets were held in Buffalo, New York ~ Pierce-Arrow's hometown. By 1960, the decision to hold an annual meet each year around the country to accommodate the growing membership was made. Now, every year the Pierce-Arrow Society Annual Meet brings out hundreds of members and guests from all over the country and overseas as well.

A few of the regal Pierce-Arrows stopped for break (ca. 1963)


Meet hosts plan nearly a week of driving tours for the cars that showcase historic sites, car collections and museums, entertainment and technical seminars all culminating with a motor car show the last day.

Pierce-Arrow Society meet history here

Pierces arriving at Strasburg Railroad ~ 2021 Annual Meet in Hershey, Pennsylvania