1931 Pierce Arrow Model 41 Club Sedan with custom coachwork by LeBaron. The Model 41 was Pierce Arrow’s top offering for this year. This beautiful (semi) custom body rides on a 147 inch chassis and is powered by a straight eight engine that was rated at 132 bph. This is an exceedingly elegant, yet sporty, club sedan, and it’s one of my favorite designs of all time.
1940 Packard Model 1807 (138″ wheelbase) Super Eight 180 Sport Sedan with custom coachwork by Darrin. I believe only two of these were produced originally, but only this one survives. It’s an incredibly striking automobile.