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Pre War Orphan Marques Car Show

Pre-War Orphan Marques Car Show

 Join us Sunday, August 25th, 2024 from 10am-2pm at the Gilmore Car Museum for the Pre-War Orphan Marques Car Show! ‘Orphan’ applies to any vehicle built by a manufacturer that has discontinued business like…  Packard  Peerless  Studebaker  Hudson  Pierce-Arrow  Austin  American Austin  Nash  Hispano Suiza  Pontiac  MG Triumph ...
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1909 Model 24-R Pierce-Arrow

Museum Gifted a 1909 Model 24-R Pierce-Arrow

The Museum was recently gifted a 1909 Model 24-R Pierce-Arrow, from the original purchaser’s family. We are extremely grateful for this donation from Charles “Charlie” Henderson of Amarillo, Texas, the grandson of Jennie Adeline Crocker. Jennie bought the car new for use in the San Francisco area, and left it to Charlie when she passed away in 1974. This car was purchased from The...
Pierce Four motorcycle

Percival and the Pierce Cycle Company

The Pierce Arrow Foundation Museum is fortunate to have on display a 1912 Pierce Four motorcycle, through the generosity of F. Arnold Romberg of La Grange, Texas. This motorcycle has been on loan to the Museum for a number of years and has now been donated to the museum. It is in original condition and, as is often so desired in today’s collector world,...

The Pierce “Dash” Arrow – What’s In A Dash?

We’ve all heard that it’s not the dates on a tombstone that matter, it’s the dash between the dates, or, in other words, the life that was lived. But what about the dash sometimes found between the words Pierce and Arrow?  Is there any significance or meaning to that dash? The story of George N. Pierce is well known to Pierce-Arrow enthusiasts.  The Heinz,...