1984 Chrysler LeBaron Convertible
Convertible Car for sale in Crawfordville, Florida 32327
From around 1956 until the mid 1980s, Dodge, Plymouth and even Chrysler squads were the most ubiquitous police cars in North America. In fact, the biggest department, the NYPD, used Plymouth and Dodge squads almost exclusively until the rear-drive M body car was finally axed in 1989.
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1984 Chrysler LeBaron Convertible $5,900
Hard to Find and Extremely Rare Mark Cross Leather Edition WOODY.
I have had several individuals interested, including an offer of $5000.00.
I want to sell, but not give away. I have lowered to the price from $6500.00 to $5800.00.
Includes Original Jack and Boot for the Convertible Top. Also has the Original Heavy Wheel Covers.
I purchased this car in June 2014 from a dealer in south Florida and the car had 41,298 miles on it. This can be verified by the Title.
Shortly after buying the car, I had it inspected by a shop in Crawfordville, Florida. I Spent about $850.00. They repaired wiper linkage, fixed AC, replaced Tie Rod, and Replaced Heater Control. I was told there was rust underneath.
I then spent about $750.00 to have the underside of car where there was rust repaired. I also had them do a tune up, and install a Weber Carburetor Conversion Kit. The Weber Carburetor and parts was about $500.00
I also spent about $130.00 for Front End Alignment.
At 44,113 miles, I had new Struts, Strut Plates, Brakes, Shocks, Rotors and Calipers put on the car and that bill was over $1100.00.
In the 4 years owned,I spent about $1000.00 additional on the car.
The pictures you see are those that were provided when I bought the car. I am not good at picture taking. The car looks pretty much the same. I am sure when I first bought the car it was professionally detailed. It can use that now. Oh, the convertible top works good, goes up and down like it should. But it does need a Good Cleaning.
If you look around, you will not see many of these around, especially with the Mark Cross Woody Edition. Also, if you look around people are asking more money for a regular NON Convertible.
I realize asking for the almost $10,000 to $11,000 I have into this car I will never get. I am trying to be reasonable with the price, BUT WILL NOT GIVE IT AWAY.
REASON FOR SELLING
I am wanting to Downsize.
In the four ( 4 ) years that I have owned the car, it is rarely driven and I have been paying full coverage insurance on it.
I also want to free up space. We are 2 adults who are both retired and we do not need four ( 4 ) cars. Wife's 2nd car is a MGB Roadster.
I paid $5200.00 for the car and have put over $5000.00 more into the car. I have a Car Fax that I received from the Dealer that I purchased the car from.
Oh, for those that do not know, Crawfordville, Florida is close to Tallahassee.
$500.00 Non Refundable Deposit within 24 hours.
(Proud Military Veteran and Retired Navy Submarine Sailor)
1984 Chrysler LeBaron Convertible Specifications
Classic Car ID100995682
ConditionBlast from the Past. We get thumbs up when we drive. What can I say, NICE
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Trim Body Style
Custom Exterior ColorBrown
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