This 1986 Chrysler LeBaron convertible is far more than just an
affordable classic. This has a great color combo, loaded interior,
and a terrific premium attitude worthy of the top point of the
pentastar brand. And as you look at all the details and paperwork,
you'll also discover an incredible survivor.
This kind of LeBaron made Lee Iacocca proud. The American
convertible was thought to have been dead by the 1980s. He was able
to bring it back on the versatile K platform, and this was the
pinnacle of that grand design. It's a premium LeBaron that pays
tribute to the coachbuilder name with a distant body where the
bumpers hugged the form and the proportions remained sporty. As a
true American, there was room for tasteful brightwork on the
special waterfall grille, wire wheel covers, window trim, and the
sleek panel over the rear lights. The factory-correct Cordovan
Maroon shows all the right signs of being the original factory
application. It retains an impressive gloss 35 years later because
the odometer is believed to reflect the car's full actual mileage.
That would mean averaging about 750 miles annually, and so you know
this one spent more time in the garage than on a commute. So while
the value price leaves room for any improvements you may want to
make, this one already has the right style and pedigree you want in
The white convertible top has a premium look against that dark
maroon, but for true distinction, you'll want to take it down. The
maroon interior harmonizes with the tone of the exterior for a
terrific upper-class look. And you can even put the soft boot in
place to have a nearly seamless color coordination inside and out.
And the overall condition of the interior reaffirms the feeling of
a seldom-used and well-respected car. This is loaded with the best
factory features, like cruise control, power locks, a tilt steering
column, the factory premium AM/FM/cassette stereo, and provisions
for R134a air conditioning (it will need servicing to blow cold
again.) Plus, a power convertible top and power windows are there
to make sure you never have to leave the driver's seat to open this
drop-top to the world.
The numbers-matching 2.2-liter motor is a hardy powerplant that's
famous for being the foundation for Chrysler front-wheel-drive
cars. And these premium ones were even built with a turbocharger
for extra power. Out on the road, the K-Car origins make this
convertible feel light and nimble. Plus, the three-speed automatic
transmission, power steering, power brakes, and front disc brakes
all remind you this was built for easy touring comfort.
The sale comes complete with great paperwork, like the window
sticker and owner's manual packet. This is a premium drop-top
that's also part of a proud American car history. And since we
don't get to see too many of these anymore, you know you want to
hurry on this well-priced survivor. Call today!!!