Parked In ’59! 1938 LaSalle Touring Sedan

I doubt that we’ll ever see an era like it again. When the 1930s dawned, the General Motors “Companion Make Program” was in full swing, allowing the company to produce distinct brands to fill every perceive niche in the… more»

Coal Mine Canary: 1930 LaSalle Two Passenger Coupe

One of the sadder parts of this job is writing about neat cars that nobody seems to be excited about restoring.  While the market is strong for some prewar cars, the majority of survivors are languishing until they are… more»

READER AD: Australian 1939 LaSalle RHD Convertible

EXCLUSIVE: 1940 LaSalle Model 52 Survivor!

What Makes It Special? This is a true survivor in excellent condition. All components, including the optional radio, heater and turn signals are included and working. It is, to best of our knowledge, a two owner car. All history… more»

Luxury Classics Found In Tennessee Barn!

I sure wish we knew the whole story of how these three luxury sedans ended up in this Tennessee barn! It isn’t every day that you come across a dilapidated barn housing two 1941 Packards and a 1940 LaSalle… more»

Rare Luxury Drop Top: 1939 LaSalle Convertible

Manufactured by Cadillac with all the care and attention to detail that they were renowned for with their own brand, the LaSalle brand was designed to fill a perceived gap in the General Motors line-up. The LaSalle remained in… more»

Sitting For 43 Years: 1937 LaSalle Opera Coupe

While it was wholly built by Cadillac, the LaSalle was a brand in its own right. It was conceived by General Motors as a “companion marque” to fill a gap in the market between the most expensive Buick, and… more»

Reader Ad: 1940 LaSalle Series 50

What Makes It Special? This car was in a warehouse in Chicago since 1965 judging by the oil change sticker on the door jamb. In 2006 a new owner replaced the missing engine with a Chevy 350 and automatic… more»

High Style: 1927 LaSalle 303 Phaeton

Here’s a significant piece of automotive history: the 1927 LaSalle is thought to be the first car built by a major automaker that was styled by an in-house designer, rather than built solely around parameters set forth by engineers…. more»

Long Damp Nap: 1931 Cadillac LaSalle Sport Coupe

The LaSalle was a General Motors “companion make” created to fill the gap between Buick and Cadillac. The least expensive Cadillac was over $3,000 and the most expensive Buick was a little over $2,000. It was more than just a baby… more»

Ran Great Until The Fire: 1939 LaSalle Touring

Undriven since suffering an engine fire, this classy 1939 LaSalle Touring Sedan, offered on eBay from Marion, New York, awaits a new caretaker to put her back on the road. Before the fire, this Cadillac-built classic enjoyed upgrades to the tune… more»

Feeling Empty: 1939 Lasalle Four Door Sedan

The LaSalle was General Motors attempt to fill the gap between the Cadillac and the Buick. It did well and outsold the Cadillac. The 1939 LaSalle was redesigned, adding a taller grill and waterfall side grills, and moving the headlights… more»

Grand Old Dame: 1931 LaSalle Sedan

The Cadillac division of General Motors added the Lasalle to fill the gap between the Buick and the Cadillac. Harley Earl designed the Lasalle and it is said to be the first time that styling was more important than… more»

30 Antiques & Customs Estate Sale, 1928-1975

It’s sad to think that these 30 cars are all part of an estate sale, but I hope they will now go on to new owners who cherish them as much as it looks like they have been loved…. more»

Garaged 20 Years: 1939 LaSalle Sedan

After 20 years or more in a garage, this 1939 LaSalle is looking for a new home. Looking to be a nice older restoration, this beautiful American sedan needs to hit the streets again. With no posted price, and… more»

Luxury Sleeper: 1940 LaSalle Series 50

The LaSelle brand is a bit of a curiosity, as it was simply a low priced Cadillac. It was built by Cadillac in their factory and sold through their dealer network, yet at a lower price point. Being built… more»