800 Derita Road, Ste. A
This 1986 Chrysler LeBaron Mark Cross is far more than just an affordable drop-top classic. This represents a true range-topping model with a special leather interior, retro-cool electronics, and a terrific premium attitude worthy of the top point of the pentastar brand. And it's all smartly packaged in this nimble drop-top.
This kind of LeBaron made Lee Iacocca proud. The American convertible was thought that have been dead by the 1980s. He was able to bring it back on the versatile K platform, and this was the pinnacle of that grand design. It's a premium LeBaron that pays tribute to the coachbuilder name with a distant body where the bumpers hugged the form and the proportions remained sporty. As a true American, there was room for tasteful brightwork on the special waterfall grille, wire wheel covers, window trim, and the sleek panel over the rear lights. And the eggshell color of the paint coordinates with the top to give this one a neat look when the roof is in place. So while the value price leave room for any improvements you may want to make, this one already has the right style you want in a LeBaron.
The tan interior has an upper-class look against the off-white exterior, especially with coordinating full tan pinstripe and boot cover. So this one looks quite sophisticated with the top down. Mark Cross was a leather company tracing its heritage back to the 1800s and this leather upholstery pays tribute to their craft. There are a lot of electronics in this range-topping luxury Chrysler. So this one really is impressive where it mixes the classic wood-like trim with the retro-cool glow of the full digital gauge package. Some details are working, but not at 100 percent, like the power driver's seat and radio. But this is a feature-filled car, and many of the best are doing great. So the power convertible top and power windows are there to make sure you never have to leave the driver's seat to open this drop-top to the world. And the cold-blowing air conditioning lets you enjoy this feeling even in the summer.
The 2.2-liter motor is a hardy powerplant that's famous for being the foundation for Chrysler front-wheel drive cars. And these premium ones were even built with a turbocharger for extra power. Out on the road, the K-Car origins make this convertible feel light and nimble. Plus, the three-speed automatic transmission, cruise control, power steering, power brakes, and front disc brakes all remind you this was built for easy touring comfort.
This is a premium drop-top that's also part of a proud American car history. And since we don't get to see too many of these anymore, you know you want to hurry on this well-priced classic. Call now!
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