Silvercrest Roof With FliteSweep Deck Lid: 1959 Imperial LeBaron

Ever see a car and the first thing you think is: I wonder what it would cost to replace a piece of glass in thing…if I could even find it. You might get that feeling if you owned this next car, or you might be concerned about getting some piece of trim or one of those dashboard switches or any one of the thousands of pieces of bling that makes this car so incredible in the first place. I guess my point is that if you are going to drive a car like this, then you’d better be prepared to enjoy the ride because they will never make anything like it again or any of its parts. Find this 1959 Imperial LeBaron offered for $15,000 in Dallas, TX via Hagerty Classifieds.

From the seller:

Chassis/VINMP 413 30766

Mileage108,000 Miles

Engine8-cyl. 413cid/350hp 4bbl Starts easily, runs quiet and smooth. Radiator pulled and recored Oct 2019 New battery cables Jan 2022


Body Style4dr Southampton Hardtop

Exterior ColorDeep blue

Interior ColorAquamarine

Rare LeBaron 4-dr hardtop (622 built for ‘59) with stainless steel top, flightsweep deck lid, & autopilot. Always garaged, driven regularly. Older restoration, #4 condition.

Paint and exterior

Nice older repaint from white, good cond. Bottom of front & rear fenders have some Scale 1 rust (bubbles under paint). All chrome trim is in place, fair cond. 2 small chips in windshld & 4 small pits on body thanks to vandal w pellet gun. (See pics)

Upholstery and interior

Older fabric restoration looks nice but not to original., vintage seatbelts added in front. Speedometer & temp gauge work, other gauges & radio do not. Power windows work, locks and seats do not. Factory AC not charged but appears functional.


8000 miles currently on odometer. True mileage unknown. Odometer appears to have turned over at 100K miles.

Wheels and tires

Original rims & hubcaps, nearly new Coker Classic whitewall tires


Drum brakes are fair. New master cylinder and brake light switches installed 2018.


Transmission works well, no issues.



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