*** View Only. Vehicle Not For Sale out of Collection! ***DeSoto was a division of Chrysler and manufactured cars from 1928 to 1961. Envisioned as a mid-priced alternative to the Chrysler, the DeSoto original design premise focused on aerodynamics and value. Chrysler soon acquired Dodge and Chrysler later rolled out the Imperial, and so the brand had no unique position and was discontinued. The DeSoto SG Airflow showcases those attributes with sweeping body panels, fender skirts, the split front windshield and headlamps integrated into the fenders, all fairly unique to the automobile industry for the era. DeSoto only produced the SG Airflow from 1934 to 1936 and this 1935 DeSoto with an original base price of $1,015 is 1 of only 6,269 SG Airflow sedans produced that year.