Chief designer Harley Earl was commissioned by General Motors in 1955 to design a La Salle Roadster for the future.
This was an attempt by Cadillac to revive the LaSalle name. The two-seater was given an all-glass body and anticipates the early Corvette design with its concave flanks.
Joseph E. Bortz, a well-known American collector of special designs, saved this LaSalle model from the junkyard along with other special designs in 1988.
LaSalle II Roadster Concept
1955 General Motors
Edition I / No. 418 of 999 pieces
Scale 1:18 Resin
Bortz Auto Collection, the real dream cars
MiniChamps 107 147 030
Packed with care ship with track & trace.
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- Marque/Modèle Type
- LaSalle II Roadster Concept 1955
- Blanc, Bleu
- Dans la boîte d'origine scellée