NOT MINE 1968 Chrysler Imperial Lebaron Limo - eBay Auction - Evans, Georgia

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At the time of posting - Starting Bid - $52,000, Time left:9d 16h 4/26, 6:45PM

1968 Chrysler Imperial Lebaron Limo - eBay Auction - Evans, Georgia

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Own a piece of history. This 1968 Chrysler Imperial LeBaron has a single family ownership. This rare car is 1 of 12 modified by Stageway Coaches in Fort Smith, Arkansas as documented by Chrysler Historical Collection. A seven year on frame restoration completed in 2013 makes this triple black beauty unique with originality. The interior has the highest grade of leather and carpet with an amazing install of modern electronics to include a back up camera, 2 stereos, Ipad, USB ports, phone, custom cabinetry, intercom, dual air and much more. Power options: Air Conditioning, Power Locks, Power Windows, Power Seats. The original drive line was rebuilt and upgraded at the time of restoration to include the brake system and suspension. This Limo is fully loaded with every working option. Since the restoration the Limo has been driven 1900 miles. The restoration and original purchase is fully documented and has been preserved for the new owner.
You must see this Limo to appreciate the condition, workmanship and drivability.
An appraiser rated the Limo excellent in all areas and stated "the 1968 Chrysler Imperial is extremely rare and is the finest restoration on a limo of this nature that I have ever seen" Call Bill at 704 677 0864 or email wjayre@gmail.com
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And orange engine, lack of hood and truck scripts. Le Baron should have no fender scripts but being a limo, I'd be willing to grant some "specialness", since the Ghia limos were "odd" too.
 

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This car is way nicer than your turds will ever be.
Instead of appreciating the car you take joy in being negative nannnies.
Seek professional help
 

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Instead of appreciating the car you take joy in being negative nannnies.
Seek professional help


For once, I’ll agree “generally” with USSMOPAR. Usually his take is bias and a little harsh.

But usually people see the negative first in our modern culture; we’ve been trained to be that way.

I think everyone’s critiques would resonate more soundly if there was some well stated appreciation for car, before “picking it apart”. That’s easy to do, pick things apart. Much harder to appreciate what you don’t notice

It’s a beautiful limo.

Now, let’s talk about that “oak cabinetry”...totally incorrect!:poke:
 

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I don't think the boys were being negative about the limousine in general, there's nothing wrong with pointing out things which aren't what is expected to be standard on a '68.

Especially since sellers seem to believe their vehicle is worth $$$$.
 

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I don't think the boys were being negative about the limousine in general, there's nothing wrong with pointing out things which aren't what is expected to be standard on a '68.

Especially since sellers seem to believe their vehicle is worth $$$$.
Thanks for this.

This is exactly my point. The car in many respects is gorgeous, but if you're asking for that kind of money, the car had better be spot on.
 
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