Cars of "The Great Gatsby" era

The car: 1926 Pierce-Arrow Series 33 Runabout. Hagerty's take: Regarded as one of America's finest automobile manufacturers, Pierce-Arrow is commonly referred to as one of the "Three Ps," along with Packard and Peerless. The Series 33 served as the company's flagship model throughout the Roaring '20s, and it is elegant and stately all the way down to its trademark fender-mounted headlights. With about 50 Series 33 examples remaining today, these Pierce-Arrows commonly come with a high price tag.

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The car: 1926 Pierce-Arrow Series 33 Runabout. Hagerty's take: Regarded as one of America's finest automobile manufacturers, Pierce-Arrow is commonly referred to as one of the "Three Ps," along with Packard and Peerless. The Series 33 served as the company's flagship model throughout the Roaring '20s, and it is elegant and stately all the way down to its trademark fender-mounted headlights. With about 50 Series 33 examples remaining today, these Pierce-Arrows commonly come with a high price tag.

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