Started by Mark Maron, January 22, 2007, 06:14:40 PM
Quote from: JIM CLC # 15000h01-22-07MARK, First things first, you dont have enough numerals, La-Salles had seven(7)digits. 1939 had S/Ns 2290001 to 237472. 1940 La Salles had S/Ns 2320001 to 2330382. Off hand I would have to say that the engine has been replaced at some point in time. Assuming you got the S/N number from the engine and not the frame by the steering box.Jim??? read your message you say that the serial ended at 237472 and you say 7 digits..what i am not seeing here. heheheheand let me ask WHERE exactly should i get the number from....the engine or the steering box??Markcall if you like 800-650-2357
Quote from: Rusty Shepherd CLC 6397Both the McCall and the Hendry Cadillac books give the production of the "La Salle Series 50 Coupe for two or four passengers" as 2,525.
Quote from: Rusty Shepherd CLC 6397Mark, according to the 2007 club directory, there are 4 39 2dr sedans and 40 coupes belonging to members. If youre not yet a member of the Cadillac and La Salle Club, it will be the best $35.00 youll spend in the hobby this year. It will give you the annual directory, 12 issues of the very well-done Self Starter magazine and free access to the technical adviser for your car which will be a real help in restoring and maintaining your car. Each year there is a Grand National meet(this year in Savannah) as well as a driving tour and other activities. I guarantee youll be glad you joined.
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