1913 Pierce Arrow – Model 66A 7 Passenger For Sale
Offered at $295,000 USD – Open to Reasonable Offers
This super rare 1913 Pierce Arrow Model 66A is currently for sale out of Newport Beach, CA. THIS VEHICLE RUNS AND THE RADIATOR IS RUST FREE. Please look at the pictures and let us know if you have interest or questions. We are asking $295,000 but are entertaining reasonable offers.
66 hp, 824.7 cu. in. T-head inline six-cylinder engine, four-speed manual transmission, solid front and live rear axles with three-quarter elliptical leaf-spring suspension, and rear-wheel mechanical brakes. Wheelbase: 147.5 in.
- An ultimate Brass Era automobile; the largest engine of the era
- One of 14 known surviving Model 66s
The Model 66 Pierce-Arrow occupies the same position among Brass Era automobiles that the Bugatti Type 41 La Royale does among its Classic Era brethren. It was the largest, grandest, and most potent thing produced by a manufacturer during its time. For collectors of contemporary automobiles, it is simply the Holy Grail.
The 66 was named for the rated horsepower of its engine, a massive inline six-cylinder mill that, at its introduction in 1910, displaced an immense 714 cubic inches. By 1913, the engine had swelled to nearly 825, and while its name remained the 66, its rating had increased to nearly 100 horsepower. This 1913 66A was built with a full wood frame with sheet aluminum. For some years, the model was recorded in Guinness World Records as having the largest engine installed in a production automobile.
Some 1,250 Model 66s were built between 1910 and 1918, but only 14 survivors are recorded today. Almost all are held in private collections and rarely, if ever, emerge for sale on the public market.
Certificate of Title is available upon request.
Year – 1913
Make – Pierce Arrow
Body Type – 7 Passenger Touring
Model – 66A
Serial Number – 66748
Condition – Runs and Drives
Newport Beach, CA
Interested in this Vehicle? Call Betty at 949-395-1708 or fill out the form below.