Introducing Richard Muehlmann’s Estate:
1930 LaSalle Series 345 All-Weather Phaeton
A Show Winner!
Finished in two shades of original green, tan leather and tan top, it sports six chrome wire wheels, dramatic V windshield and body molding and division window. Designed by Harley Earl and one of four known to exist, this custom bodied LaSalle was the first Madame X designed by Earl and produced by Cadillac LaSalle in 1930. As per the build sheet from Cadillac, this car was a “rush order” tagged for J.M. Wright to be picked up at the factory. It was delivered January 28,1930. The style 4080 with the V windshield and division window is presumed to have preceded the first Madame X Cadillac style number 4280. In an interview in 1954 Harley Earl asserted that his first Madame X was produced on a LaSalle 134-inch wheelbase chassis. Restoration completed with the expert advice of Dan Holtz, former GM designer, and all restoration.
1931 LaSalle Series 345 5-Passenger Coupe
1953 Packard Caribbean Convertible
Appears to be complete. Car was painted but never restored.
1939 LaSalle 2-door Series 39 Convertible Coupe
Restoration started but not finished.
1947 Packard Clipper Sedan
Older restoration appears to be complete.
1940 Packard 180 Formal Sedan
Older restoration that has deteriorated.
1931 LaSalle Series 345 Coupe
1930 Austin American Bantam Coupe
Older amateur restoration
1928 Packard Six Town Car
1948 Lincoln Model 876H
1939 LaSalle Series 30 Sedan
1967 Morris Minor 1000 Coupe
1956 Packard Coupe
1952 Packard Sedan
1956 Packard 400
1956 Packard Super Sedan
1955 Packard Patrician Sedan
1939 LaSalle Hearse
1931 Graham-Paige Sedan
1931 LaSalle Series 345