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A 1932 Pierce-Arrow Club Brougham, this car was one of several in the estate of my father when he died. Pierce-Arrow was one of the premier names in the automotive industry before the Great Depression depleted the field of entrants so noticeably. As a fan of automotive history I respect this brand as I do few others. The obviously stretched appearance seen here is unintentional (done by the website's upload program) but offers a perhaps unique and imaginative look at what Pierce-Arrows might resemble if still manufactured today.

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Dan is an award-winning freelance writer/editor with over 35 years of writing experience and 20 years editing. He is a former sports editor and acting news editor for a weekly newspaper, during which time he held membership in The Society of Professional Journalists. Recognitions received include first place in two writing competitions, the FanStory New Arrival Story Contest, 2010, and the Suite101 Writing Bestsellers: Winning Beginnings Contest, 2004. He also received a Best of the Week award for a film review, 2000, and was a finalist in the Adams Media Inspiring True Story Contest, 2001.

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