This 1940 Lasalle convertible series 50 is offered our Louisville
Showroom. The Lasalle was an American brand of luxury automobiles
marketed by Cadillac from 1927 through 1940. It was intended to be
something between a basic Chevy and a top end Cadillac. Towards the
end of the run of 1940 the Lasalle was more like a Cadillac than
ever. The convertible much like this one was their crowning jewel
and people loved it. The styling was classic prewar with its fat
fenders. The blue on this car really sits apart with the chrome
being in good condition for being restored back in 1983. The owner
really didn't drive it much after that only about 600 miles. The
car was taken all the down and built back up from bare. The
original 3446 engine is still intact and runs extremely smooth.
With the interior of the car being in the same condition this old
school drop top is ready for some great fall cruising. The tired
are wide white walls and exactly what u would expect on such a car.
It does come with an original 1940's service manual which will come
on handy when doing the routine maintenance. Options on this 1940
Lasalle include, Vinyl Interior, Am Radio, Hub caps and wide white
wall bias ply tires. To view this 1940 Lasalle in greater detail,
including 100+ HD photos and HD video, please visit
www.gatewayclassiccars.com. For more information please call the
Louisville showroom at (812) 294 1555 or email
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