Most of the features found on the Cadillac could be found on the 1933 LaSalle models. This included a new radiator grill, skirted fenders, vacuum assisted brakes, and no-draft ventilation. The monogram bar was no long part of the LaSalles, the wheelbase was shortened by four-inches, and the price was decreased by around $500 for each bodystyle.
The 345-C models had a wheelbase size of 130- or 136-inches. There was one Fleetwood bodystyle available, a Town Coupe, and seven Fisher bodies.
Power was from an L-head 90-degree eight-cylinder engine that displaced 353 cubic-inches and produced 115 horsepower. There was a selective synchromesh three-speed transmission with twin disc clutch.
This particular vehicle is a LaSalle 345-C Pickup. The owner believes it is the only one ever produced. Its body tag is 33-668, which was a Convertible Coupe with coachwork by Fisher.