1927 LASALLE

This new line from General Motors was introduced to fill the gap between the Buick and the Cadillac. As Oakland (later Pontiac) was a companion car to Chevrolet, LaSalle was to be the companion car to Cadillac. It boasted Cadillac quality in a less expensive package. It featured the following distinctives:

Models

Body

Chassis:

Drive Line:

Engine:

I.D. DATA

STYLE

Fisher 125" wheelbase
Style No.DoorsBody TypeSeatingPriceWeight
1168 4Phaeton 4 $24953770 lb
1168-84Sport Phaeton 4 $29754190 lb
1169 2Roadster 2/4$25253755 lb
7410 2Coupe 2/4$25853770 lb
7400 2Convertible Coupe2/4$26353770 lb
7390 2Victoria 4 $26353985 lb
7380 4Sedan 5 $26854090 lb
7420 4Town Sedan 5 $24954065 lb

Fisher 134" wheelbase
Style No.DoorsBody TypeSeatingPriceWeight
80904Imperial5$27754315 lb
80604Sedan 7$27754345 lb
70704Imperial7$28754570 lb

Fleetwood 125" wheelbase
Style No.DoorsBody TypeSeatingPriceWeight
31102Coupe 2 $42755000 lb
31204Sedan 5 $44755100 lb
31304Town Cabriolet 5/7$45005100 lb
30514Transformable Town Cabriolet5/7$47005100 lb

ENGINE

CHASSIS

Feature125" Wheelbase134" Wheelbase
Overall length185"196-5/8"
Front/Rear Tread56"56"
Tires32x6.00 (6.00-20)32x6.20 (6.50-20)

DRIVETRAIN

OPTIONS

PERFORMANCE

HISTORICAL NOTES

1927 LaSalle Notes

1927 Automotive Notes


PHOTOS

1927 LaSalle Convertible

1927 LaSalle Convertible (Owner: Owen Hoyt)

LITERATURE & LINKS