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Certainly one of the more unique vehicles to cross the auction block at the upcoming Auctions America by RM auction in Auburn, Indiana, next month will be this 1933 Pierce-Arrow, fitted with a custom body for a cinematographer for on-location filming. Where exactly it was used isn’t stated in the auction description, and the “KZAK Radio” lettering on the side doesn’t seem to help much – there’s a UHF channel in Boise, Idaho, with those call letters, and there seems to be a college radio station in Reno, Nevada, that also uses those letters; we haven’t yet found any mention of historical usage of KZAK. From the auction description:
A fascinating vehicle; custom built for a cinematographer for location filming and reportedly once owned by Harrah’s. Aluminum driver’s compartment and van body, inline 8-cylinder Pierce engine, 4-speed, power brakes.
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