“You should have let me keep my old LaSalle…. »

Miss Daisy Werthan

Despite their acceptable sales volume, the LaSalle cars were just not able to compete with the level of success known by hardy competitors, such as the Lincoln or the Packard (although we feel the need to point out that these cars resembled their parent-brand, the Cadillac, too much). Rightfully so, General Motors eventually decided that the LaSalle was no longer viable. Nonetheless, the last LaSalles of 1940, renowned for their excessively long hoods and unprecedented aerodynamics, entered the annals of history. But, as the saying goes, “all good things must come to an end …”