|The 1952 DeSoto Firedome|
1952 DeSoto Firedome1952 Desoto Firedome hosted a 160-horsepower V8 engine under its hood making it one of the hottest cars of the year. This was the first year that DeSoto offered a V8 engine option since 1930. A new Firedome could be bought with power steering, power brakes and shiftless drive.
1952 DeSoto Firedome Specification and Production
|Model Number||Body Style & Number||Body Type & Seating||Factory Price||Shipping Weight||Total Production|
|S17||Not Available||4 dr Sedan - 6P||$2,740||3,760 lbs||35,651|
|S17||Not Available||2 dr Club Coupe - 6P||$2,718||3,675 lbs||5,699|
|S17||Not Available||2 dr Sport Hardtop - 6P||$3,078||3,850 lbs||3,000|
|S17||Not Available||2 dr Convertible Coupe - 6P||$3,183||3,950 lbs||850|
|S17||Not Available||4 dr Station Wagon - 6P||$3,377||4,080 lbs||550|
|S17||Not Available||4 dr Station Wagon - 8P||$3,547||4,325 lbs||80|
|Model||Wheelbase||Overall Length||Width||Front Tread||Rear Tread||Tires|
|Firedome||125.5 in||208.4 in||Not Available||56.3 in||59.6 in||7.60 x 15|
|Firedome Station Wagon - 8P||139.5 in||224.4 in||56.3 in||59.6 in||8.20 x 15|
1952 DeSoto Firedome Gallery
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