National DeSoto Club
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When the radical new Airflow design was introduced in 1934 there was no fall back old style designs at DeSoto, the Airflow was it and it didn't sell well. Model year production fell from a 1933 level of about 22,700 to just under 14,000 in 1934.
The 1935 Airflow was given a just slightly more conventional hood and grille and there was also a more conventionally styled companion series, called the Airstream, all of which led model year production to shoot back up to about 27,600.
We've got photos of DeSotos as far back as a 1929 Roadster, and as late as the 1961 model.
In between are some interesting cars, like the mid thirties Airflow and the high performance Adventurers of the mid and late fifties.
Most of these DeSoto photos were taken at Antique or Classic Car Shows, which is always a great way to spend a day.
We don't own these cars, we just saw them at car shows and snapped a few photos. To find classic cars for sale please visit our Resources section.
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