1931 PIERCE ARROW MODEL 41 LEBARON SPORT SEDAN
1931 Pierce Arrow Model 41 LeBaron Club Sedan
Chassis No. 3050335 - Engine No. 325825
Formerly owned by Matt and Barbara Browning
Of the 25 examples that were built it is believed that only 5 exist today.
Dark blue with cream pinstriping, blue cloth interior and dark blue carpeting
Engine: L-head, straight eight, pressure feed engine lubrication, 385ci., 132bhp at 3,000rpm; Gearbox: four-speed manual; Suspension: semi-elliptic leaf springs front and rear; Brakes: four wheel mechanical drums. With its split windshield, built-in trunk and close-coupled passenger compartment, this Model 41 Club Sedan projects an air of bank vault solidity and ocean liner elegance. The interior is finished in blue cloth with dark blue carpeting and wood window framing and accents. All dashboard instruments are complete and excellent. It rides on a 147 inch wheelbase with stainless steel wire wheels and wide whitewall tires. Dual sidemounted spare tires carry factory correct metal covers. In total, only 25 of these beautiful LeBaron bodied Club Sedans were built. It is understood that only a limited number of genuine examples are still in existence, with this example being one of the two lovely LeBaron bodied Model 41s formerly in the Matt and Barbara Browning Collection. Cosmetically, the car is showing some signs of limited wear with damaged paint along the running boards, however, the car remains quite presentable overall. It is ready for touring and regional showing with the leading antique auto clubs or, of course, is eligible to join in the activities of the Classic Car Club of America including their popular Classic Caravans. It would prove an excellent choice for such tours thanks to its splendid riding qualities, quietness of operation, ease of driving, luxurious passenger comfort, style and great quality.