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 […]
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.
Happy Halloween to all DT readers out there: Those who are still young enough to dress like a super hero, and those who are still young enough to dress like an idiot (male) or harlot(female) and, of course, those who are old enough to look like a ghoul without dressing up. Today is the scariest day of the year because we feature horrorods, so I’ll just put this 1994 Chrysler LeBaron offered for $1000 in Reno, NV via craigslist. Tip from Rock On!
Definitions for pet·ri·fied: 1. so frightened that one is unable to move; terrified. 2. changed into a stony substance; ossified. When it comes to this well preserved LeBaron convertible it’s hard to pick which describes it accurately. Personally, I am leaning towards the first one. Find this 1985 Chrysler LeBaron Convertible for sale in Tuscon, AZ […]
Owning one Chrysler LeBaron can be easily described as an accident. Owning two…well, it is simple to do maintenance on your cars when you just order two of everything. Sure, it’s the automotive equivalent of having twins. Three LeBarons and you are starting to get into from “paint your eyelids with little open eyeballs” levels […]
There was a time from the 1930s through the 1950s when wood was used to augment automobile body panels. In the 1960s, actual wood was phased out in favor of decals and plastic inserts, presumably for ease of manufacture and safety reasons. By the 1980s, faux wood grain paneling had degenerated from simulation to near […]
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 […]
In 1955 the Imperial transcended its role as Chrysler’s top of the line automobile and became its own marque. It was no longer the Chrysler Imperial, it was simply the Imperial — a trick later borrowed by the artist that was previously The Artist Formerly Known as Prince. I have no idea and even less […]
DT’s logo guru Kaibeezy has always claimed that the SF Bay area craigslist is by far the best place to search for an inexpensive classic car (your Daily Turismo) and at first the assertion seemed silly. Unfortunately, my local craigslist (Los Angeles), despite its favorable weather, is filled with a disproportionately large percentage of cars […]
2k: Petrolicious Video Legend: 1984 Chrysler LeBaron Town and Country Convertible Mark Cross Edition
If you caught the Petrolicious video yesterday and are anything like me, you probably now have a hankering for a sweet Chrysler LeBaron convertible. Well wouldn’t ya know? In the comments on Petrolicious site was the exact car from the video…not a similar car..but the exact same car, complete with termite free siding and espresso/cappuccino […]