This beautiful impressive LaSalle was named after the French adventurer who explored the Mississippi river in 1682. LaSalle was born a companion car for the Cadillac, designed by chief designer Harley Earl. Inspired by one of the most sensational cars on the planet, the Hispano-Suze, Earl came up with the LaSalle. LaSalle for 1937 had a new diecast grill with egg crate pattern. The new front fenders carried a crease along the top, bumpers carried the LaSalle insignia. The windshield had a racy 39 degree slope and a duper V. In 1937 LaSalle retuned the 322 cid 125 hp engine shared by the Cadillac 60 series. The car being an older restoration with very mild black paint, and ribcord grey interior, very presentable. The engine detailed, front and rear fly windows. It will take you anywhere you want to go in comfort, style and dependability. This is a wonderful tour car ready to go. Youtube video available upon request. Call our classic car division at 815-385-8408 for video and/or vehicle information.
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