1990 Chrysler Lebaron 3.0L V6 Auto,
West coast car, spent entire life in Vancouver B.C.
Regularly serviced, reliable ride!
Production of these K-Car platform convertibles, which began in early
1982, took off which included the first domestic convertibles since
1976. The company unveiled a more luxurious version called the Chrysler
LeBaron in 1982. This 1990 Chrysler LeBaron convertible is a great
example of these popular cars. This original droptop is in great
condition and according to the Carfax report has been suspendend in a
time capsule since early 2005.
In the case of the Carfax report. The previous owner SWEARS that the
original mileage in under 100K KM, and that the odo replacement is the
reason why the km differ from the original Carfax report. It's cosmetic
condition seems to corroborate that and the drive of the car backs that
claim up. With options such as air conditioning, an AM/FM cassette
player, convenience package, and the upgraded 3.0 liter engine, this was
also a fairly well equipped car.
No Reserve, but for those that believe they're going to buy this for $99.00, well... c'mon.
Bid confidently, bid often!
Advertised locally, so if meager interest demonstrated, then I will end
auction 24 hour before end or if someone makes me a reasonable offer.
Under the hood rests Chrysler’s warhorse 3.0 liter engine. An upgrade
for the 2.5 that followed the 2.2L that originally came out with the
K-Car, the increased engine displacement in these sixes and gave a
needed boost of torque and horsepower to these slightly heavier
convertibles. The 2.2 turbo was a popular option, but people just
looking for a cruiser were probably better served with this normally
Thankfully, this car's equipped with the factory red velour interior.
For those who never grew up with vinyl seats in a sunny BC, you really
missed out on a treat. Nothing on the planet retains more solar heat. To
add to that, nothing on the planet is more capable of transferring that
heat to human flesh in a shorter amount of time than old school vinyl.
Most of these cars spent their life with the tops down, prematurely
aging the interior and offering the most dreadfully painful torture
imaginable to the uninitiated. Still, they were fun cars. Risk and
reward relationships were looked at differently in the eighties.
Everything didn’t come with a warning label back then.
When you consider their popularity when new, the lack of survivors in
excellent condition, and the relatively interesting history of these
cars, a LeBaron convertible in this condition and with such low mileage
should be a hot collector car. Too bad these haven’t caught on. For a
new collector, you can’t get much more fun for a lower price. Parts are
relatively plentiful, and they are good looking cars. This car is a
bargain despite the reported problem on Carfax. Hopefully someone will
buy it cheap and spend a lot of time next summer with the top down and a
smile on their face. Just be thankful for the cloth interior this
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