LaSalle was the car that brought Harley Earl to General Motors. LaSalle's design was always a styling leader as this wonderful 1931 345-A Dual Windshield Phaeton so amply demonstrates. Lavishly equipped, its Fleetwood body accommodates seven passengers, five in the fixed seating and two in jump seats in the rear. Finished in a Light Cream with Tan fenders, Orange wire wheels, Parchment leather interior and Beige soft top, accessories include chrome hood side louvers, dual side-mounts with dual mirrors, wide whitewalls, Goddess radiator ornament, stoneguard, Trippe driving lights, big wind wings, luggage rack and a folding rear windshield to protect the favored passengers. By 1931 the differences between LaSalle and Cadillac V8s were minimal, which accounts for all LaSalles of this era being considered Full Classics by the Classic Car Club of America. Restored some time ago, this heavily optioned 1931 LaSalle has abundant eye appeal, a car that still pops. A particularly nice touch is the chrome split rings on the wire wheels which lend a subtle sparkle to the presentation. In 1931 Harley Earl began to devote serious attention to the under hood presentation and the refined, clean appearance of the 355 cubic inch LaSalle V8 engine is especially noteworthy. This is a car anyone would be proud to drive and is ideal for the CARavans and other tours of the CCCA and Cadillac & LaSalle Club where its participation will be appreciated.
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