Pace Car of The K-Carpocalypse: 1990 Chrysler LeBaron Turbo GTC Convertible

The Chrysler LeBaron was by 1987 a K-car pile of parts that was using the legendary Chrysler badge as an attempt to trick people into thinking it was a personal luxury car. But not even a VNT (variable nozzle turbine) equipped turbocharger attached to a Chrysler Turbo II 4-banger could make a K-car (okay, technically this is a J-body) anything other than…oh boy, I don’t want to upset the K-car-community again, so I’ll be nice. Find this 1990 Chrysler LeBaron Turbo GTC Convertible offered for $4,200 in Scottsdale, AZ via craigslist. Tip from Tyler.

From the seller:

1990 Turbo Convertible
fuel: gas
odometer: 150000
title status: clean
transmission: manual
1990 Chrysler LeBaron GTC Convertible VNT Turbo 5-Speed

Rare Car ~ 1 of Only 132 GTC Convertibles Produced

2.2 Liter Intercooled Turbocharged Engine

5-Speed Manual Transmission

Gray Leather Interior

Power Steering – Power Brakes – Air Conditioning – Cruise Control

Power Windows – Power Seats

Power Convertible Top w/ Matching Boot Cover

Bucket Seats with Center Console

16″ Wheels & Tires

$4200 – Private Owner – No Sales Tax
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This vehicle’s performance compares to the Mopar Dodge Shelby Daytona & Charger turbos of this era!

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