DESOTO AVENTURE COUPE
➢ Step (1) Correction Paint.
➢ Step (2) Polished Fine.
➢ Step (3) Pre-Coating GYEON PRIMER.
➢ GYEON Ceramic Coating Protection.
➢ Full Protection Interior.
We had to work with this great car like this DESOTO COUPE (1957); we found the paint in very good condition that allowed us to prepare the body for the Ceramic coating treatment; We use GYEON Q2 FLASH EVO which is one of the top high-end ceramics. Which will give the protection and the best possible shine to this jewel of a car.
Work time: 3 days.
DESOTO ADVENTURE OVERVIEW:
Established in 1928 to compete with Pontiac, Studebaker
, and Hudson in the mid-price class, DeSoto was terminated as a brand only 33 years later, in 1961. But before it went into the history books, DeSoto rolled out some of its greatest cars. The 1957 Adventurer is one of them.
The nameplate came to be in 1956 as a sub-series of the range-topping Fireflite. Updated to Chrysler’s then-new “forward look” design for 1957, the Adventurer also gained the company’s 345-cubic-inch (5.7-liter) Hemi V8 engine. Rated at 345 horsepower, the 1957 Adventurer was the first American car to offer one horsepower per cubic inch as standard equipment.
The nameplate was updated for 1958 and again for 1959. For its final redesign in 1960, the Adventurer also gained four-door hardtop and sedan versions. Chrysler announced the end of the DeSoto in November 1960, and the Adventurer disappeared along with the marque.
For 1957, the Adventurer received Chrysler’s forward look design along with other divisional cars. A convertible also joined the two-door hardtop, and again color choices were limited to the black-white and gold color theme. The car debuted in December 1956 as a hardtop, and to rave reviews, foremost among them was Mechanix Illustrated Automobile Editor Tom McCahill who proclaimed the DeSoto as being the best styled of all of Chrysler’s makes for 1957. A convertible debuted in February 1957. Most Adventurers had dual headlights as a standard, which became available for DeSoto as an option mid-year.