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First year of the Tri Color, my father had one just like this. Heather Rose, Jewel Black & Saphire White.

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fyreline

The 1956 version of the La Femme was available in a lovely Lilac two-tone color combination, which I'm sure also appealed to the female buying public.

mr_51_vic_ss

Ah Yes, I looked up the La Femme and it has a name plate on the front fender just behind the headlight. thanks fyreline.
Still being pink from the same year and being a tri color, It was definitely chosen model by women.
Pat.

fyreline

The Dodge La Femme was a different model than the one shown, but was indeed tailored to the female car buying audience. Offered for 1955 & 1956, it never really sold very well. The push button Torque-Flite transmission was a winner, however, and lasted many years in the Mopar lineup.

mr_51_vic_ss

Thanks Iggys, Pink looks a lot better on this car. I think it was aimed at the feminine customers who were buying second cars. I believe this model was call the Le Femme.
I do love the tri colors. and tri color interiors to go with them. Really something else.
Pat.

Very classy looking car for that era. The Chrysler Division also had a push button transmission for a few years. Thank You

fyreline

I like these cars a lot - high 1950s style, leading the way to Chrysler Styling Chief Virgil Exner's "Forward Look" for 1957. While the three-tone paint jobs only lasted a few years, in the right combination (like this one) they could be very attractive.