1939 Cadillac La Salle Coupe


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454 c.i. 4bbl. V8 - Billet Dress & Serpentine Belt System - Built to LS6 Specifications

TH400 3-Speed Automatic Transmission

10-Bolt Rear Differential - 3.08 Axle Ratio

Power Steering - Billet Reservoir 

Power Front Disc Brakes - 11" rotors & hidden master cylinder / booster

Replaced Emergency Brake System & Cables

Vintage Brand Air Conditioing / Heat / Polished A/C Compressor

Power-Operated Trunk Lid

Power Windows / Locks

Tilt Steering Column - Billet & Wood Banjo-Type Steering Wheel

Power Seating - Custom Leather in Dark Blue - Full Custom Interior

Dakota Digital Gauge Cluster

Blue Sapphire Base/Clearcoat Paint Finish / Subtle Ghost Flames / Steel Body 

18-Inch Billet Specialties Wheels - 235/50ZR18s & 225/50ZR18s

Overhead Console - Lighted

Butted Windshield

Polished Billet Overflow Radiator Tank

Fagan / Frenched Headlights with Jaguar Lamps

Kenwood AM/FM CD Stereo & Power Antenna


Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present this beautifully done 1939 Cadillac LaSalle Street Rod Coupe. This car features high quality paint & interior along with a strong big block drivetrain. This one is built to drive in comfort and win car shows. We had the privaledge of selling this particular street rod a couple years ago and now the new owner is ready to free up future ventures. We know this beautiful car well.

These tail lights have been reworked with '53 Buick lenses. There are numerous body modifications done to this car. The trunk lid has been smoothed & tag mount frenched. The cowl vent has been smoothed. The gas filler door has been relocated with Fagan door/cap. The bumpers and stanchions have been re-chromed. The running boards are steel replacements.  The exterior displays beautifully. The paint and body are in excellent condition. The windshield is "butted" in true street rod fashion. The wheels are 18-inches, by Billet Specialties. The stance and presence on this 1939 LaSalle is like none-other. This is a one-of-a-kind street rod.

Many of our photos were taken at the Dallas Love Field Frontiers of Flight Museum, located only minutes from our showroom. Be sure to visit the historic museum if you find yourself in Dallas, Texas. Look closely and you can see some of the ghost flames that wrap around the hood. The interior is luxury-appointed with power seating, Vintage brand air conditioning, and power features. The gauges are digital, by Dakota. There are LaSalle custom features throughout the interior. The door panels are press moulded and the headliner is custom fabricated for this car. There are so many features. The tilt steering wheel is paired with a polished aluminum & wood banjo-style steering wheel.

The engine runs very smooth, paired with the TH400 automatic transmission. This is a 454 big block Chevrolet engine with plenty of torque. Induction is courtesy of a 4bbl. carburetor atop a free-flowing polished aluminum intake. The headers breathe through a custom dual exhaust system that sounds excellent. Be sure to play our video. The power steering reservoir is billet aluminum as is the radiator overflow tank. The starter is a high-torque mini-starter.

The suspension shows part of what makes this car so easy and comfortable to drive. The A-frame front end features disc brakes along with a front sway bar.  The gas tank is special fitted to this car as are the custom dual exhaust pipes. The frame and flooring is in excellent condition throughout. The rear end is 10-bolt Chevrolet. The transmission is a stout TH400 3-speed automatic.