1937 DeSoto Four Door Sedan

Price: - Item location: Lexington, Kentucky, United States
  • Condition: Used
  • Make: DeSoto
  • Model: 376S3
  • SubModel: 228.1 cubic inches
  • Type: Four Door Sedan
  • Trim: Excellent for age of car
  • Year: 1937
  • Mileage: 75,500
  • VIN: 5529462
  • Color: Black
  • Engine size: Six Cylinder
  • Number of cylinders: Six
  • Fuel: Regular Gas
  • Transmission: 3 Speed + Overdrive
  • Drive type: Rear Wheel
  • Interior color: Tan
  • Drive side: Left Hand
  • Vehicle Title: Clear
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1937 DeSoto 376S3 Excellent for age of car

Very Correct old Car!
1937 S-3 4 door sedan mostly original. Solid car and everything works including the cigarette lighter. Has 6-volt system and the original headlights work real well. Installed a headlight relay so they get full voltage to the headlights. The right reflector has been re-silvered. Good solid body with good glass and all of the door latches and window cranks work properly. Ready to drive and is driven often. A lot of mechanical needs have been restored and I have the receipts of all parts I bought. The steel brake tubing and hoses are new and many other things done to make it roadworthy. I rebuilt the engine and runs great but has a piston noise that mostly quits when the engine gets warmed up. Would require re-bore and oversize pistons to completely cure but does not stop you from driving anywhere you wish. It has a good 1939 Chrysler. overdrive trans,- poly fuel tank from yogi, excellent polyester tires from Coker tireand no flat spots after sitting for a long time..
Gene Farmer, Lexington, Kentucky 40505
Telephone Contact number 859 299.5342 Buyer arranges shipping details Local pickup O.K.
P.S. I erred inmy wording when answering thesecond viewer's remarks. What I meant and should have said is that there is slight damage to the roof headliner and the seat covers are frayed a bit. But none of that damage is large, bad or serious. There is nothing wrong with the roof of the car. My mistakefor using the wrong terminology. Jim