1934 LA SALLE
Series 350 Convertible Coupe
One of the most art deco American cars built during the 1930s, the 1934 LaSalle was equipped with a tall, slender grille, round hood vents, and two-tier “biplane” bumpers for visual distinction. Though General Motors’ Cadillac division had popularized the V-8 engine, LaSalles built in 1934 and 1935 had straight-eight power units based on Oldsmobile designs. The LaSalle was in production from 1927 through 1940 and was the first General Motors car designed by the legendary Harley Earl. This example was sold new in Argentina and retains its original right hand drive steering and control mechanism.