In Alfred P. Sloan, Jr.'s hierarchy of aspirations, LaSalle may have been the 'Junior Cadillac' but there was nothing junior about its low, long-hood sleek design by Harley Earl.
Introduced in 1927, LaSalle was the sensation of the Roaring Twenties. In 1929 it may have been shorted a few (13) cubic inches from its Cadillac counterpart but its nearly 1,000 pounds lighter weight meant the LaSalle Convertible Coupe left its Cadillac sibling covered with LaSalle dust.
It's not quite a sports car, but close enough in the closing years of the Flapper era not to make any significant difference. A beautiful restoration, this 1929 LaSalle Series 328 Convertible Coupe is presented in maroon with a cream beltline accent and black coachline with black leather upholstery and interior panels and tan cloth top.
It has body color wire wheels, whitewall tires, dual sidemounts, a stainless steel grille guard, S&M cowl lights, wind wings, trunk rack, rumble seat, golf bag door and rollup windows for secure weather protection.
Properly restored a few years ago and sympathetically and consistently maintained. It’s a superb car for tours or the show field.
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