(SOLD) Though truly a unique car for the time, the Airflow wasn’t widely accepted by the buying public. Coupled with the height of the Depression, only 1,520 DeSoto coupes were built in 1934. Of them, reportedly only 15 are known to have survived. This example is one of the few to have been restored. Finished in 2010, this stylish Airflow was brought back to original specification, including completely rebuilding the engine. It was finished in silver with a correct brown cloth interior and is show ready. The beautiful Art Deco appointments include the radio with rooftop antenna, chrome interior trim and correct upholstery designs and seat details. The stylish “waterfall” grille accents this unique but short-lived modern marvel. Previously owned by Charles Cochran, a former president of the Airflow Club of America, this forward thinking Desoto is an exceptional example of both form and function.