Lot 920- 1982 Chrysler LeBaron convertible “Mark Cross Edition”


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This was the first year that America had seen a luxurious domestic convertible since Cadillac back in 1976. Presenting the 1982 Chrysler LeBaron convertible “Mark Cross Edition” and it’s very rare. Nice straight body panels and comes with every conceivable option available at that time plus a bluetooth CD player. Reportedly owned by a collector that passed on and the executor of his estate was instructed to sell off his classic cars.   Pictures speak pretty clearly of it’s condition and is supported by a  clean CarFax with no accidents and 61,000 original miles.

 

The majority of the “K” series Chrysler and Dodge lines, including the LeBarons and the Maserati TCs, were powered by the 2.2 ltr. turbo engine. This particular car is one of the few exceptions and sports the super rare 2.6 ltr. “HEMI” engine which offers an intensely increased power-band. Runs, shifts and drives as no other!

 

Has lived almost it’s entire life in California, mostly in the Coachella Valley, until it moved to the Seattle area in 2017. There is a brand new complete OEM Haartz Pinpoint top with rear window, cables and pads installed  7/ 16 /2020

 

This “Mark Cross” presents itself nearly flawlessly and is quite probably the finest example of this iconic edition that you will find on the market with plenty of upside potential as the years pass. And, at a very attractive price point. The only flaw we could spot is to rt. ft. speaker grill, minimal.

Located in Seattle, WA.