This vehicle is displayed in our San Carlos California Showroom (650) 326-1000.
Beautiful 1939 LaSalle with glossy black paint over a beige interior that was recently re-upholstered to the original appearance. Capable of being driven with modern day traffic this LaSalle will surprise you with its driving capabilities and performance. Fitted with rear suicide doors that close firmly and secure this LaSalle has great panel fitment and is rust free. The three speed column shifter changes gears with relative ease and is capable of propelling the car to 50+ mph.
The La Salle was first introduced on March 5th of 1927. It joined the ever growing General Motors line-up and positioned between Buick and Cadillac. At a target price of around $3,000 the LaSalle was envisioned to attract those who wanted more than a Buick but could not afford a Cadillac.
The 1939 LaSalle was characterized by a new, tall, narrow grille with side grilles, louvers at the rear of the hood side panels, headlights mounted to the radiator casing and 25 percent more glass area. It was powered by a 322 cubic-inch engine producing 125 horsepower and cost $1,475 new.