|Body Type:||4-Door Sedan|
|Exterior Color:||Navy Blue|
|Interior:||Gray Mohair Bench Seats with Wood Grain Dash and Door Accents|
|Transmission:||Manual Shift, 3-Speed|
|Comment:||My father's car. First car I ever drove...in early teens.|
Desoto, owned by Walter Chrysler was designated as the “Working Man’s Chrysler”. More reasonably priced than Chrysler’s offerings it was thought of as owning a prestigious car – without the prestigious price!
Beautiful example of the “Art Deco” period of American Car Design. Rounded fenders and contoured body panels created smooth, flowing lines that continued all around the vehicle. Abundance of chrome accented the large frame of the vehicle including the hood ornament featuring the appearance of a beautiful woman. Push-bar, front bumpers added security while finishing the front end appearance of the vehicle. Wide, Whitewall Tires are mounted on Steel Rims, trimmed with Baby Moon hub caps and complemented with Chrome Trim Rings.
Interior features full instrumentation that includes Fuel Level Gauge, Oil Pressure, Water Temperature and Amperage. Other features include interior heater, wood accents mohair covered bench seats and door panels, carpeted floors and headliner.