1940's Desoto 2 door slant back coupe
Just missing a hood? Icould probably scrounge one up.
wow..look at the Crome..The old boys know how to crome..hu.and to day..Crome plastic.. Sad to see all the pic in here..Come one HELP...
Is thet green one in the rear a COE!
If the owner doesn't want to part with it....then why not get it out the field and protect from the elements until he decides what to do it....such a shame to leave a classic like this to rust away like that ...such a shame.
I know a guy who has a 48 7 passenger DeSoto (with roof rack and visor) in much better shape. Too bad this one doesn't seem to have a future.
Don't be to hard on the old guy, a few years back I sold a 47 Dodge street rod project that I couldn't finish, to a man that "said" he was going to finish it and show it, I have never seen the car again!!!!! now I wish I would have kept it, at least I would know it was not striped of parts and scraped
The Ganster's Ride has finally given up
A 48 I do believe...I just cant tell if thats a bumber guard in front or an old bed frame...lol.
Yup!....Still smiling after all these years.
if you are not using it sell it to someone who will
something about those old guys and their junk.. I'd bet he'd trade the car to his nearest neighbor straight across for a lawnmower though..... yet selling it to a good home is just out of the question.
That's a Fulton Adjustable visor- have one on my '47 Ford truck. The grille and visor alone are worth a grand. But rotting away is more fun, right?
I doubt very much that the owner will part anything. In taking photos at this particular ranch it was safe to say nothing was for sale!