1970 CHRYSLER IMPERIAL LEBARON
ELEGANT LOW MILE SURVIVOR
IMMACULATE REFRESHED ORIGINAL CAR
MAYBE OF THE NICEST IN THE US !!!
Just arrived, this highly sought after luxury car is in excellent condition. The Chrysler Imperials of the 1969 - 1973 era were well optioned and appointed with many luxury accessories. The fuselage body
style is why collectors love these cars. Fabulous color combination. Owner #2 purchased this beauty in 2004 from the original family after thirty four years of ownership. He did a complete mechanical refresh and then a $8K show quality repaint. Most of major chrome has been redone. Excellent original car ready for its new owner to love and pamper. These Chrysler's float down the road! We sell more 70's luxury cars than anyone in the world. Over the last 46 years driven only about 31K miles. Beautiful show quality, dual stage repaint Gold Metallic. Original Black full vinyl roof and pretty perfect factory Gold leather interior. Mint new or original chrome and stainless. Original dash, door panels and carpet in excellent condition. Nicest of this model we have seen. Now it will look great in your garage. The car is equipped with the famous factory 440 cubic inch engine, 4BBL carb and automatic transmission. Cold factory air conditioning. Factory wheel covers and newer whitewall radials. Garage kept, pampered and serviced, this car could not be nicer. This car has been refreshed, detailed and ready to drive or show.
FEATURES AND OPTION INFORMATION
EVERYTHING WORKS INCLUDING THE CLOCK!!!
100% laser straight, accident & rust free sheet metal
Excellent show quality base coat clear coat repaint
Pristine original Black full vinyl roof
Ice cold factory air conditioning
Original Gold leather interior & door panels
Excellent chrome and soft trim throughout
Original 440 cubic inch V-8 engine & 4BBL carb
Power steering, brakes and tilt wheel
Power seat, windows and locks
Original AM/FM stereo and clock
Factory wheel covers and newer whitewall radial tires
Only 31K garage kept miles since new
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