Gateway Classic Cars of Chicago is very proud to offer this
stunning 1939 Cadillac LaSalle series 50 for sale. The luxury and
class of a bygone era are apparent in this fine Automobile. The
LaSalle was marketed as a companion marque to the Cadillac, priced
slightly lower but just as luxurious. The early LaSalle's were
designed by GM's Legendary Harley Earl. And it really shows in this
car. This car was lovingly restored some years back, from its
gleaming Burgundy paint that shimmers in the full sun of a fall
day, to the elegant red and tan interior and nicely appointed
instrument panel. There is plenty of room to stretch out and the
suicide rear doors hark back to a simpler time of class and luxury.
This LaSalle has the legendary cast iron flathead 322 V-8 that is
paired to the 3-speed synchro mesh manual transmission with 3 on
the tree column shifting. From the wonderful hood ornament all the
way back along the contoured lines of this fantastically designed
body, to all the gleaming chrome in between, you know you have
arrived as all the heads turn as you cruise down the road or pull
into the local car shows. Stop by our showroom or give us a call at
708-444-4488, or email us at [email protected] We will
answer all the questions you have about this or the rest of our
1939 Lasalle 50
Interior Color:Red/ tan
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