The Buffalo Pierce Arrow and Transportation Museum was recently the recipient of a super rare Pierce Arrow automobile, made right here in Buffalo back in 1904.
BR60: Buffalo, 60 Seconds ⏱ at a time.
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Buffalo Transportation Pierce Arrow Museum
263 Michigan Ave
Home of the Frank Lloyd Wright Filling Station
The current museum building is epicenter of a rapidly expanding 12 acre Downtown Buffalo transportation campus, being rolled out in the next three years, with over 300,000 square feet of display space, making it the largest transportation museum in the world.
The 1904 Arrow Rear Entry Tonneau was manufactured by the George N. Pierce Co, when the factory was located at the Buffalo waterfront at Prime & Hanover Streets. It’s loaded with a 15 HP Two Cylinder T-head engine, 3 speed manual transmission, Bore and Stroke: 3-15/16 x 4 3⁄4