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1939 LaSalle 50

Winning Bid:
$32,000

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1939 LaSalle 50

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1939 LaSalle 50

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1939 LaSalle 50

High Bidder:  ChrisF

Auction Type:  Reserve

Winning Bid: $32,000 (USD)

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Chassis/VIN:

2299379

Location:

Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

Odometer:

295 (Mi)

Lot Number:

18796246

Engine:

322ci V8

Seller:

Dealer

Transmission:

Manual

Carfax:

Winning Bid: $32,000 (USD)

High Bidder:  ChrisF

Auction Type:  Reserve

Ends In:

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Chassis/VIN:

2299379

Location:

Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

Odometer:

295 (Mi)

Lot Number:

18796246

Engine:

322ci V8

Seller:

Dealer

Transmission:

Manual

Carfax:

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Vehicle Story

This 1939 LaSalle 50 received a 3-year body-off restoration that involved the body being repainted, the bumpers being re-chromed, the stainless body trim being polished, and its brakes, suspension, and reportedly original 322ci flathead V8 and 3-speed manual transmission being rebuilt. Other features include new wiring, restored emblems and interior handles, a heater and defroster, original LaSalle hubcaps, whitewall tires, rear coach doors, and a restored trunk. This metallic gray LaSalle sedan with a tan mohair interior is available now and comes from the selling dealer with a spare wheel and tire, a jack, photo documentation of the restoration, receipts, original Oklahoma registrations, and a clear Oklahoma title.

The exterior has been refinished in metallic gray and features chrome and polished stainless trim and restored emblems. The re-chromed front bumper with guards is mounted below the dual headlamps, vertical grille, and chrome side grilles. A chrome hood ornament sits at the leading edge of the hood. All four doors open from the center of the car. The re-chromed rear bumper with guards and a La Salle script logo is mounted below the dual tail lamps and the rear bustleback-style trunk with external chrome hinges. All glass is reportedly in as-new condition.

A set of gray metallic steel wheels wear reportedly original chrome La Salle hubcaps and wide-whitewall bias-ply tires.

The full-width front and rear bench seats are upholstered in tan mohair. The door panels are darker tan with manual chrome cranks for the vent windows, windows, and exit handles. Taupe gray carpeting with floor mats covers the floor. The steel dashboard matches all four door window reveals as well as the rear quarter window reveals, and houses the controls for the headlamps, windshield wipers, fresh air, and heater. The heater is located under the locking glove box to the right. The restored trunk area includes a tan diamond-patterned rear seat panel and trunk bottom closeout. Dark gray carpeting and black paint cover the trunk floor, wheel wells, and inside of the quarter panels. A body-color spare wheel with a bias-ply wide-whitewall tire is mounted to the floor. Jacking tools can also be seen.

A 110-mph speedometer with integrated coolant temperature, battery voltage, fuel level, and oil pressure gauges is mounted behind the reportedly original banjo steering wheel.

The reportedly original 322ci flathead V8 and 3-speed manual transmission have been rebuilt. A light gray air cleaner housing, cloth spark plug wires, a carburetor, and a generator complete the engine.

The rebuilt suspension, frame, and underbody have been refinished in matte black. The rear-mounted gas tank has been repainted silver. A full-length single exhaust exits below the rear bumper on the passenger's side.

A spare wheel and tire, a jack, photo documentation of the restoration, receipts, and original Oklahoma registrations will be included with the sale.

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Comments & Questions

March 21, 2022
11:48 AM

BID: $31,000

March 21, 2022
11:47 AM

BID: $30,250

March 21, 2022
11:47 AM

BID: $29,750

March 21, 2022
11:46 AM

BID: $29,500

March 21, 2022
11:45 AM

BID: $29,000

March 21, 2022
11:45 AM

BID: $28,750

March 21, 2022
11:45 AM

BID: $28,250

March 21, 2022
11:44 AM

BID: $28,000

March 21, 2022
11:44 AM

BID: $27,500

March 21, 2022
11:43 AM

BID: $27,000

March 21, 2022
11:42 AM

BID: $26,500

March 21, 2022
11:41 AM

BID: $26,250

March 21, 2022
11:41 AM

BID: $25,750

March 21, 2022
11:41 AM

Great cars guys. I was going to bid.

March 21, 2022
11:40 AM

BID: $25,500

March 21, 2022
11:40 AM

BID: $25,000

March 21, 2022
11:39 AM

BID: $24,750

March 21, 2022
11:39 AM

BID: $24,250

March 21, 2022
11:39 AM

BID: $24,000

March 21, 2022
11:38 AM

BID: $23,500

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