1979 Baron/36 Rolls replica-very rare,& factory built-not a kit car,the 30's Packard & even Chryslers,had a similar styling.V8 Caddillac,automatic,power brakes & steering,CD player,rumble seat,2 tone French Vanilla cream with white sides,top & side curtains, almost 17'long,showing under 8k miles.built by Baron Industries,Inc. of Hutchinson,Minnesota.red interior-possibly leather.dual side spares & wide white tires !! Here is another super rare car,only our 2nd one in over 20 years. its called a Baron,made by Baron Ind.,in Hutchinson,Minnesota in 1979. factory built in small quantities,not a kit car. it has some Chrysler parts with a V8 Cadillac engine,automatic transmission,power brakes & steering,& has the styling of the 1936 Rolls,& the 30's Packard's & even 30's Chrysler's. large car at close to 17 feet long,66" high,68"wide,with 128" wheel base,AM/FM/Stereo with CD player,suicide doors,dual side mounted spare tires,white convertible top with oval rear window,& white side curtains, 6 wide whitewall tires,all with wire baskets,twin trumpet horns, rear folding luggage rack,fold out rumble seat,2 piece windshield,many rear view mirrors, nice hood ornament with wings,twin spotlights,sine wind deflectors,2 piece bumpers,nice showy engine with chrome air cleaner etc. nice rich red interior,& 5 black faced gauges, floor shifter looks like a manual shifter, but its to make it look more original-its automatic.the stereo is from BOSE & has Bluetooth.titled as a 1979 CHRY. probably means Chrysler. a steal at only $26,900. !! that's all $26,900. a lot of car for the bucks,& very rare. we can ship it to your door by enclosed,insured truck carrier, & we also ship almost anywhere in the world by ship containers. return to Bob's Classics, Inc. or What's In Stock. Give us a call at 727-581-9406
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