- Pierce-Arrow produced commercial trucks between 1911 and 1935.
- The company claimed a top speed of 60 mph for their commercial trucks.
- Pierce-Arrow was also known for quality bicycles and motorcycles.
The Fiarino family owned Northwest Construction and used this 1926 Pierce-Arrow boom truck. It was displayed in front of their business and again when they moved the business out to Kenmore. Started with wheelbarrows and shovels and built it into one of the largest businesses in the state. They built most of what is I-5 through Seattle. When the family sold the business, they gave the Pierce-Arrow Boom Truck to Bob Brown to preserve it and he sold it to Harold LeMay.
Style: Tow Truck
Serial No: l96186
Engine Size: 672 cid
Engine Cylinders: I-6
Engine BHP: 125 BHP