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1915 Pierce-Arrow Model 66-A-3 Engine

Sold For $57,500

Inclusive of applicable buyer's fee.

RM | Auctions - HERSHEY 8 - 9 OCTOBER 2015 - Offered on Friday


Addendum

Please note the parts photographed do not accompany this lot but rather Lot 267. Lot 268 consists of solely the engine and its stand.


A fine spare or display piece for any collector of Brass Era Pierce-Arrows, this intact Model 66 engine demonstrates the massive, powerful impressiveness of what was the world’s largest production automobile powerplant. By serial number, it is a Model 66-A-3 engine produced as part of the 1915 model year. It was acquired by its current owner from the famous Crawford Auto-Aviation Museum, where it had been on display for many years. This is one of the most desirable and difficult to locate of all Brass Era engines.

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