This 1932 La Salle Series 345-B, Fisher 32-668 sits on a 130 inch wheelbase and is powered by a 90°, 353 cubic inch V8 with a 3 3/8 inch bore and 4 15/16 inch stroke with braking Hp of 115 Hp at 3,000 RPM. This two-door convertible coupe includes optional six wire wheels and trunk rack, trunk, color fender set, auxiliary lights and heater. It was originally priced at $2,545, without options.

The LaSalle was the first production automobile to be designed, as to its general shape and features, entirely by an automobile stylist rather than by draftsmen and mechanical engineers. That stylist was Harley Earl and the LaSalle was the first car Harley would design for GM.

The LaSalle, known as “Cadillac’s companion car”, was made from 1927 to 1940. However, it was not just a "little" Cadillac but an entirely new car designed to compete, at a lower price than Cadillac's, for more of the car buyer's dollars. The La Salle was powered, like the Cadillac, with a ninety-degree V-type eight-cylinder engine. 

1932 LaSalle Series 345B Coupe