Call Me Mr The Baron: 1988 Chrysler Lebaron Convertible

Don’t you love it when you find clean low mile examples of undesirable cars offered for cheap?  Sure, you might feel guilty for the poor sap who spent a bunch of his hard earned cash when he purchased this thing new and only put 20k miles on it…but look at the minty clean convertible you can buy for the price of a high end 4K flat panel television.  Who needs high-def when you can experience life in real-def?  Find this 1988 Chrysler Lebaron offered for $3,500 in Concord, CA via craigslist.  Tip from Kaibeezy.

Quick recap for folks unfamiliar with the life and times of the LeBaron nameplate.  The LeBaron name was tossed around Chrysler’s product like Charlie Sheen’s dignity, but first used in the ’50s on top of the line Imperials and then in ’70s on the M-body mid size, downgraded to K-car in the 80s, back up the H-body in late ’80s, J-body in the ’90s and finally AA-body for a mid sized sedan.

Just look at that interior — I am flabbergasted that the gauges and switches all still function per their original intention, and cannot believe the condition of everything from the steering wheel to the dashboard.  Under the hood is a Chrysler Turbo II inline-4 that is good for 146 horsepower and 170 ft-lbs of torque.

See another low mile and CHEAP 80s semi-classic?