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The DeSoto Custom is an automobile produced by DeSoto from 1939 until the 1952 model year. While in production, the Custom was DeSoto’s top-trim level car, and was ...
The DeSoto (sometimes De Soto) is an American automobile marque that was manufactured and marketed by the DeSoto Division of the Chrysler Corporation from 1928 to the ...
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The 1950 DeSoto Custom Sportsman is the most historically important of the DeSoto 1950-1951 styling generation. Read about this classic car.
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1950 DeSoto Custom for sale in Spicewood, TX. No Rust. Financing & Extended Warranty.
1949 DeSoto Custom Convertible Coupe. More than marketing hype, the 1949 DeSoto marked its first true post-WWII styling change – it was longer, lower, wider and ...
1949 DeSoto Custom Coupe photos, specs and history. DeSoto was a part of the Chrysler Corporation and produced cars from 1928 to 1960. More than two million DeSoto ...
There was only built 120 cars of this model in 1942. This is the only one Custom known today. Now sold to Nurnberg in Germany. Take care of her... i miss her.
1953 desoto grille mercury custom lead sled ... what you see is what you receive. it is a genuine 1953 desoto grille. this is exactly the way it was removed from an ...
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The DeSoto Custom is an automobile produced by DeSoto from 1939 until the 1952 model year. While in production, the Custom was DeSoto’s top-trim level car, and was offered in a wide array of body styles, including a 7-passenger sedan and the extended-wheelbase Suburban sedans.The Custom shared its engine design with the Deluxe, and were powered by Chrysler's L-head 236.7 six-cylinder engine, delivering 109 bhp (81 kW) at 3,600 rpm.Custom models, along with Deluxe models, produced during the 1946, 1947, 1948 and first half of the 1949 model years used DeSoto's prewar bodies. A fully redesigned Custom was launched in the second half of 1949, along with a redesigned Deluxe, and these cars are referred to as “1949 Second Series” models.In 1950, the Custom range gained DeSoto's first consumer-designed station wagon. The Custom also received DeSoto's first hardtop coupe, which featured pillarless door design and which was trimmed to convertible standards. Standard equipment included two-speed electric windshield wipers, a trunk light and full carpeting.Customs were unseated as DeSoto's premium model range with the introduction of the V8-powered 1952 Firedome model range of cars. DeSoto terminated both the Deluxe and Custom model names in 1953, with the DeSoto Powermaster line assuming their place in DeSoto's 6-cylinder model range.