1932 Pierce-Arrow Model 54 Convertible Sedan by LeBaron

Pierce-Arrow was a renowned American motor car manufacturer that produced some of the finest cars of the Brass and Classic Eras. Its earliest models were preferred by US Presidents and the elite.

In the 1930s, despite the challenging market, Pierce-Arrow aimed to create distinguished motor cars, exemplified by the Model 54 Convertible Sedan with LeBaron coachwork, of which only a few were produced. This design allowed for year-round, all-weather use and boasted a lavishly appointed interior. The iconic headlamps recessed directly within the fenders were ahead of their time and remain a distinctive feature.

Source: RM Sotheby’s