1932 LaSalle 345B Sport Phaeton Vehicle Profile

1932 LaSalle 345B photograph

1932 LaSalle 345B photograph

1932 LaSalle 345B photograph

1932 LaSalle 345B photograph

1932 LaSalle 345B photograph

1932 LaSalle 345B photograph

1932 LaSalle 345B photograph

1932 LaSalle 345B photograph

1932 LaSalle 345B photograph

1932 LaSalle 345B photograph

1932 LaSalle 345B photograph

1932 LaSalle 345B photograph

1932 LaSalle 345B photograph

1932 LaSalle 345B photograph

1932 LaSalle 345B photograph

1932 LaSalle 345B photograph

1932 LaSalle 345B photograph

1932 LaSalle 345B photograph

1932 LaSalle 345B photograph

1932 LaSalle 345B photograph

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Sport Phaeton
Coachwork: Fisher
The LaSalle was created when General Motors President Albert M. Sloan spotted a void between the high-end Cadillac and Buick. Legendary GM designer Harley Earl was brought to the company to design the first LaSalle (1927) and shortly thereafter formed the first design department, initially known as the Art and Colour Department.

This is a very significant LaSalle for two reasons: it is a one-of-a-kind automobile and remains in its original unrestored condition. It retains its original paint, upholstery and top. This Cadillac LaSalle Sport Phaeton was specially ordered for Doctor Nichols of York Harbor, Maine who was the original owner. LaSalle Sport Phaeton was not an available body style and this was a one-off special order.

The car was found in the late 1950s by a major car collector Willard Pike who kept the car for a coupe of years before trading it to Richard Paine for a Duesenberg J437, the Taper Tail.

Paine kept the car until the late 1970s before selling it to another major collector who kept the car for 30 years until it was purchased by the current owners.

Although the fenders have been repainted, the car still retains its original paint work on the body, its original interior, original top and side curtains.


No auction information available for this vehicle at this time.

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Recent Sales

(Data based on Model Year 1932 sales)
1932 LaSalle Series 345-B Imperial Seven-Passenger Sedan by Fisher
Sold for $33,000
  2019 RM Sothebys : Hershey
 
1932 Lasalle 345B Town Coupe
Sold for $46,200
  2019 Mecum : Houston
 
1932 La Salle 345B Wrecker
Chassis#: 1101942
Sold for $19,305
  2010 Bonhams - Greenwich Concours d'Elegance-Collectors' Motorcars
 
1932 LaSalle Victorian Coupe
Chassis#: 1102606
Sold for $21,600
  2010 Branson Auctions - Spring 2010
 
1932 LaSalle Custom Boattail Speedster
Sold for $68,750
  2008 Vintage Motor Cars of Meadow Brook
 

Vehicles That Failed To Sell

1932 LaSalle 345B's that have appeared at auction but did not sell.
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1932 La Salle 4 Door Sedan 2016 Russo & Steele : Arizona   

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