Gateway Classic Cars of Philadelphia is presenting a 1937 Chrysler
Desoto Touring Sedan for sale. Desoto was born as a division of the
Chrysler Corporation in 1928 to directly compete with such names as
Oldsmobile, Buick, Studebaker, and Hudson in the mid-priced market.
Desoto went on to become a very successful brand for Chrysler and
was manufactured from 1928-1961. The Desoto logo featured a
stylized image of the Spanish explorer Hernando de Soto for which
the car was named after. Our 1937 Desoto Touring Sedan is a fine
example representing the Series S-3 airstream model, featuring
timely Art Deco styling. A vehicle that defines "simple elegance".
S-3 styling featured a horizontal grille with a vertical center
panel painted to match the body color. Speaking of body color, our
1937 Desoto is sharply painted in a red/white two-tone combination.
The gorgeous bullet headlights, suicide doors and color keyed steel
wheels make this Desoto a showstopper. Powered from a L-head six-
cylinder engine with 228.1 cubic inch displacement producing 93
H.P. The transmission is a synchromesh three-speed manual.
Hydraulic brakes and steel wheels were standard equipment on this
1937 Desoto Touring Coupe. The time is now to own a piece of Desoto
history. To view this 1937 Desoto Touring Sedan in greater detail,
including HD pictures and an HD video, visit
www.GatewayClassicCars.com or our Philadelphia showroom. For more
information, please call 856-599-4100 or email
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