You are looking at a 1963 Chrysler LeBaron. Aside from the Limousine, this was the most expensive Chrysler in 1963. This car is equipped with a working A/C (blows cold), rear defroster, radio with foot control to change the stations, Auto Pilot (Cruise Control), power windows, vent wings, seats, and trunk, power steering and brakes, and electric antenna.
This car had a repaint in 2007, and it still shines like new. There is absolutely NO rust on this car anywhere. The original leather and cloth interior are in excellent condition as is the original carpet, headliner and door panels. The original chrome is in great shape. As you can see in the picture, there is a ding on the rear bumper, just to right of the gas cover. Some of the chrome pot-metal pieces have minor pitting as well, but still shines as you can see.
It runs great and cruises down the highway at 70 MPH effortlessly. The car has been in a private collection for the past 30 something years and always garaged in a climate controlled facility, which would explain the low miles and why this 59 year old classic is in such incredible shape. Not for the introvert! Whenever I drive this car, it attracts a sizeable crowd. Be prepared. It's a definite head-turner with its unusual design - floating headlights, rectangular steering wheel and futuristic cockpit.
What is wrong with this car?
I pulled the gauge cluster to find what I thought was a short (turned out it was a bad voltage regulator). After I put the dash back in, the fuel gauge and speedometer didn't work anymore. I obviously did something wrong, but I don't know what and there is nobody out here that I trust to work on this car. I'm kind of in the middle of nowhere in Belfair, WA, so not many options. However, I will try to find someone to look at it, but there are no guarantees. The radio doesn't work, and I never looked at it. The power seats do not work, and again, I haven't looked at it. Could be as easy as a fuse. But I am 6' and it's perfect for me. All the power windows and vent wings are working except the right rear. It is probably a weak motor as I can hear it trying. They are readily available, inexpensive, and really easy to install.
I am retiring soon, and we have decided to move out of the country, so I will be selling off my classic cars over the next few months. If you have any questions, feel free to call me at 702-292-1201. Remember I am in Washington, which is Pacific Daylight Time. I will be happy to do a FaceTime or WhatsApp video walk-around call with you as well.
I will do what I can to help with shipping arrangements locally or overseas. Thanks for looking!
If you are viewing this ad the car is still available. I will pull the ad when the car sells.