DeSoto Custom


The DeSoto of 1950 had a glittery glamour that cheered up postwar America. Hailed as “cars built for owner satisfaction,” they were practical, boxy, and tough. DeSoto was a longtime taxi builder that, in the steel-starved years of 1946–48, managed to turn out 11,600 cabs, most of which plied the streets of New York. Despite … [Read more…]