Back in the day, when car guys customized shoebox Fords and ’49-’51 Mercs (that used to mean Mercurys before the Benz folks came bigtime on the American scene), they’d change out the grilles. Their favorite: the beautiful curvaceous “teeth” from the early ‘50s DeSotos. Here they are before they were pulled from Chrysler Corporation’s mid-priced marque that bore the name of Ferdinand himself, the Spanish explorer who was the first to go into the heartland of the continent and venture across the mighty Mississippi River. The DeSoto name was used from 1928 to 1961. If you had a hotrodder or customizer in your family or even a dentist, you could memorialize them by hanging this toothy artwork on your family room wall. Edition limited to just 10, and you’ll get a numbered Certificate of Authenticity, personally signed by the artist.
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