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Discussion in 'Traditional Customs' started by Jive-Bomber, Jul 15, 2015.
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The Low, Low LaSalle
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Beautiful custom that would look good now.
Timeless lines , those cars are perfect Kustom bait.
where is it today? I like it, lots.
Just the type of Kustom that holds the factory styling, but cleans it up, enhancing and improving the original designers classic coupe lines. Nice detail on the front vents next to the grill. Great car to bring back an view again.
Yes, Yes and Yes
the stuff road trip dreams are made of
Not much I can add except for Mmm Mmm
This is my friend Brian Nieri's 1940 "LowSalle"... Very much along the lines of the one in the article, a beautifully done, tasteful piece of art for sure... May I add its for sale...
@Jive-Bomber Jay -
Reminded me of another Bay Area based '40 LaSalle Coupe ... Brian (@PhatCaddy) Nieri's "LOW SALL":
at 2012 GG's West Coast Nats (by Russ Beckwith)
at 2014 GNRS (by @HEMI32)
at 2015 WCK Cruisin' Nats - Santa Maria (by @Tom davison)
EDIT: D'oh! ... I see @El Capo beat me to it (i.e., he posted while I was posting).
What great looking automobile. I am not usually a fan of fender skirts but they work incredibly well in this case.
@El Capo , the Black '57 Chrysler you posted on FB a few days ago has history with the HAMBer above, @HEMI32 .
No way!!! That's a badass looking ride man! I gotta look into that history as well. Thanks brother! @PhatCaddy
Just goes to show you that you can improve even a Harley Earl.
The LaSalle is a beautiful car. I've always thought they were the best looking In the GM stable
I keep dreaming of working that LaSalle grill into the front of my '39. I just think it's not vertical enough to pull it off and make it look good.
easy to see where Holden got the EFYJA FROM
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