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1973 Chrysler LeBaron -- | eBay
A bit up there in price...
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I've seen worse Imperials with a higher pricetag offered by that dealer:D:D:D
 

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not promoting dealer...I do love videos. So, just for historical reasons and to show the beauty of this green behemoth....and we'll see how long this one sits at that asking price.

 

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This nice-looking (F8 Forest Green?) car is in Milwaukee. @BLIMP , @sixpkrt

Do I see YM43T3C16142 ´s
engine moving quite a bit on its mounts in the video? And, I don’t see any comments as to the condition of the A/C or whether the paint is original.

Way more high resolution pics here. Amazingly enough, not one photo of the fender tag :realcrazy:
 
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not promoting dealer...I do love videos. So, just for historical reasons and to show the beauty of this green behemoth....and we'll see how long this one sits at that asking price.


At least they made a nice video of it. With the first digit removed from the price, they wouldn't have a problem selling this Imperial, but surely, nobody would consider paying anywhere close to $19K for a 4-door '73 unless it was in concourse condition.
 

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This nice-looking (F8 Forest Green?) car is in Milwaukee. @BLIMP , @sixpkrt

Do I see YM43T3C16142 ´s
engine moving quite a bit on its mounts in the video? And, I don’t see any comments as to the condition of the A/C or whether the paint is original.

Way more high resolution pics here. Amazingly enough, not one photo of the fender tag :realcrazy:
Here's the fender tag.
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Another coupe, $11,500: 1973 Chrysler Imperial Lebaron Coupe
I will add more details later. Posting for sale quickly as I found another dream car I am interested in. Short and sweet for now:
This is a low mile (43k) fueselage Imperial. Quite rare - only 2,563 built in 73 according to the WPC club. This one was one family owned when I bought a few years ago. Had been sitting for at least a decade. Replaced fuel tank, fuel sending unit and carb. New tires. New front brake pads (original rotors like new). New alternator and Mopar voltage regulator. New high torque mini-starter, battery and battery cables. New (correct length) rear shocks. New sway bar and strut rod bushings. New Gates power steering pressure hose. New drive belts. Runs good. Has some light oil leaks. Will need ps pump resealed. I’ve put less than 1000 miles on since purchased and is garaged. Body is very straight. Has some dings and has the typical rear window vinyl top separation Found in Chryslers if this generation. Does not have leather interior which is good as they are usually hard as a rock and cracked at this age. Interior is in nice chape - seats and dash without tips or cracks. Headliner great. Does not have tilt wheel. AutoTemp is inoperative and heater core bypassed. Cruise disabled. Everything else works including fuel level gauge, century alert and power seats / power windows. 440/727/8 3/4 as all Imperials of this generation were. Clean WA title in my name. Collectors plates. Have original 1973 sales invoice.

I spent a long time looking for a 69-73 Imperial coupe and this is the best I found. They rarely show up. If you are unfamiliar with these mopars check out this page fuselage.de (these are hella popular in Germany for some reason). A few words of caution - it is 256-inches long. One of the longest passenger cars ever built. And it gets about 10mpg.

Not desperate to sell. Actually hate to see it possibly go as I will probably never see another coupe again. That’s why I priced it as such - and I am not interested in haggling. Trades? I have very specific interests so may be open to something. But no Chevies or Fords please
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Another coupe, $11,500: 1973 Chrysler Imperial Lebaron Coupe
I will add more details later. Posting for sale quickly as I found another dream car I am interested in. Short and sweet for now:
This is a low mile (43k) fueselage Imperial. Quite rare - only 2,563 built in 73 according to the WPC club. This one was one family owned when I bought a few years ago. Had been sitting for at least a decade. Replaced fuel tank, fuel sending unit and carb. New tires. New front brake pads (original rotors like new). New alternator and Mopar voltage regulator. New high torque mini-starter, battery and battery cables. New (correct length) rear shocks. New sway bar and strut rod bushings. New Gates power steering pressure hose. New drive belts. Runs good. Has some light oil leaks. Will need ps pump resealed. I’ve put less than 1000 miles on since purchased and is garaged. Body is very straight. Has some dings and has the typical rear window vinyl top separation Found in Chryslers if this generation. Does not have leather interior which is good as they are usually hard as a rock and cracked at this age. Interior is in nice chape - seats and dash without tips or cracks. Headliner great. Does not have tilt wheel. AutoTemp is inoperative and heater core bypassed. Cruise disabled. Everything else works including fuel level gauge, century alert and power seats / power windows. 440/727/8 3/4 as all Imperials of this generation were. Clean WA title in my name. Collectors plates. Have original 1973 sales invoice.

I spent a long time looking for a 69-73 Imperial coupe and this is the best I found. They rarely show up. If you are unfamiliar with these mopars check out this page fuselage.de (these are hella popular in Germany for some reason). A few words of caution - it is 256-inches long. One of the longest passenger cars ever built. And it gets about 10mpg.

Not desperate to sell. Actually hate to see it possibly go as I will probably never see another coupe again. That’s why I priced it as such - and I am not interested in haggling. Trades? I have very specific interests so may be open to something. But no Chevies or Fords please
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Thanks for adding this here. I saw it on FB and didn't get a chance to post it. Hope more pics surface. Sounds like seller will add more info. Not a bad price. Probably wont last long.
 

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Nice Coupe, but a high price considering the effort ($$$$) required to.

A) Repair the vinyl roof
B) Repair the cruise control
C) Repair the climate control system

At these price levels, Doc should ask 15 to 20 when he (eventually) sells as you won't find better cars than his.
 

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Another coupe, $11,500: 1973 Chrysler Imperial Lebaron Coupe
I will add more details later. Posting for sale quickly as I found another dream car I am interested in. Short and sweet for now:
This is a low mile (43k) fueselage Imperial. Quite rare - only 2,563 built in 73 according to the WPC club. This one was one family owned when I bought a few years ago. Had been sitting for at least a decade. Replaced fuel tank, fuel sending unit and carb. New tires. New front brake pads (original rotors like new). New alternator and Mopar voltage regulator. New high torque mini-starter, battery and battery cables. New (correct length) rear shocks. New sway bar and strut rod bushings. New Gates power steering pressure hose. New drive belts. Runs good. Has some light oil leaks. Will need ps pump resealed. I’ve put less than 1000 miles on since purchased and is garaged. Body is very straight. Has some dings and has the typical rear window vinyl top separation Found in Chryslers if this generation. Does not have leather interior which is good as they are usually hard as a rock and cracked at this age. Interior is in nice chape - seats and dash without tips or cracks. Headliner great. Does not have tilt wheel. AutoTemp is inoperative and heater core bypassed. Cruise disabled. Everything else works including fuel level gauge, century alert and power seats / power windows. 440/727/8 3/4 as all Imperials of this generation were. Clean WA title in my name. Collectors plates. Have original 1973 sales invoice.

I spent a long time looking for a 69-73 Imperial coupe and this is the best I found. They rarely show up. If you are unfamiliar with these mopars check out this page fuselage.de (these are hella popular in Germany for some reason). A few words of caution - it is 256-inches long. One of the longest passenger cars ever built. And it gets about 10mpg.

Not desperate to sell. Actually hate to see it possibly go as I will probably never see another coupe again. That’s why I priced it as such - and I am not interested in haggling. Trades? I have very specific interests so may be open to something. But no Chevies or Fords please
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Consider this sold! Catvching up to Doc! My 73 rotted Sedan may contibute a couple of parts!
 
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