Auction house: Barrett-Jackson
Got at least $250,000 hanging around? Well, maybe you can plunk it down on this 1933 Pierce-Arrow Silver Arrow. Pierce-Arrow was a car manufacturer based in Buffalo, NY and operated from 1901-1938. The Silver-Arrow cost an incredible $10,000 when it was first introduced in 1933. Only five were built and only three are thought to still exist.
This beauty – from the Barrett-Jackson 5000 Series “Salon Collection” at Scottsdale – sold for $2,200,000 (including commission) at auction Jan. 22.