This is the 1921 Pierce Arrow Model 32 7-Seat Limousine in 1:43 Scale by Esval Models
The 1920-21 Pierce Arrow Model 32 7-seat limousine, was the largest car offered by Pierce Arrow at the dawn of the roaring 1920s.
The Pierce Arrow was an American automobile manufacturer based in Buffalo, New York and is best known for its expensive luxury cars generally viewed as conservative luxury vehicles.
The bodies for the Model 32 were created by Leon Rubay, who also designed contemporary Marmon and Duesenbergs. In 1920, Pierce-Arrow decided to introduce the new Model 32, which would form the basis of the company's entire model lineup. This new chassis would be the only chassis available with 10 factory body styles.
Pierce-Arrow produced 2,239 examples of the Model 32 before further modifications necessitated a name change to Model 33.