1940 Lasalle 2-door Coupe

PhotosByHealy

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1940 Lasalle 2-door Coupe Selective colour created using onOne Perfect Photo Suite 7 with additional tweaks in Corel Paintshop Pro x5

Camera: Canon EOS 5D; Lens: Canon EF-24-105mm f/4.0L IS USM
f/9.5 @ 1/180 sec; ISO 400; Focal Length: 32mm


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The La Salle had its beginnings when General Motors’ CEO, Alfred P. Sloan, noticed that his carefully crafted market segmentation program was beginning to develop price gaps in which General Motors had no product to sell. Cadillac, which had seen its base prices soar in the heady 1920s, was assigned the LaSalle as a companion car to fill the gap that existed between it and Buick. The final 1940 LaSalles were introduced in October 1939 with, as it had in its first year, a full array of semi-custom body styles, including a convertible sedan. Harley Earl also oversaw this redesign. The LaSalle emerged with a smooth-flowing design, its trademark thin radiator flanked by a series of thin chrome slots, giving it a futuristic look. (Source: Wikipedia)


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