LaSalle was an American brand of luxury automobiles manufactured and marketed by General Motors’ Cadillac division from 1927 through 1940
Like Cadillac, the LaSalle brand name was based on that of a French explorer, René-Robert Cavelier, Sieur de La Salle.
Beginning with the 1934 model year, a significant portion of the LaSalle was more closely related to the Oldsmobile, than to senior Cadillacs.
Flat head V-8 attached to a 3 speed Synchromesh transmission. Cast-iron block and cylinder head with Carter two-barrel carburetor.
This 1938 Lasalle 4 Door Sedan is a fine example of an era gone by. Painted in black with tan/gray striped cloth interior. The interior is equipped with front and rear bench seats. Polished chrome trim and bumpers make this Lasalle a looker. The paint is in great condition with minor repaired sports from normal wear over the years. Equipped with additional triple safety lights and blinkers. It takes only one passing to appreciate the true beauty of this 1938 Lasalle.
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