NOT MINE 75 Imperial, 60k miles, PA Ebay

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1975 Chrysler Imperial LEBARON | eBay

ONE OWNER ---- 60,000 ACTUAL MILES ---- NO RESERVE ----ONLY 6,102 CHRYSLER IMPERIALS WERE PRODUCED. THIS LIMITED PRODUCTION LUXURY CAR IS A PIECE OF RAPIDLY DISAPPEARING AMERICAN ROAD HISTORY. THIS MAGNIFICENT AUTOMOBILE IS FINISHED IN TUXEDO BLACK WITH A FULL FACTORY BLACK VINYL TOP ON A DARK RED LEATHER INTERIOR. THIS RUST FREE CHRYSLER IS READY FOR YOUR COLLECTION . RUNNIG AND DRIVING CORRECTLY WITH ONLY 60,000 ACTUAL MILES. ALL THE POWER OPTIONS FUNCTION AS DESIGNED. THIS ALL ORIGINAL CLASSIC AND COLLECTIBLE 1975 CHRYSLER LEBARON IMPERIAL IS BEING OFFERED TO YOU AT NO RESERVE ABSOLUTE AUCTION. BID TO WIN
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Rare for a formal: AT THE TIME OF OUR INSPECTION OUR TECHNICIAN FOUND THE AIR CONDITIONING TO BE WORKING CORRECTLY AND ICE COLD.
 

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You're a Hard man Steve!!!! LOL.... I know deep down inside you love Formals.... Ha Ha!
 

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Re-line the pads. The rotor can be turned if necessary. Ever hear of a brake lathe???
Not everytime you change the pads do you have to buy new rotors.... Just sayin'
 

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if necessary. Ever hear of a brake lathe
Hehehe, I've been to that museum. It's right next to the big open frame electric motor that run the whole shop from one long overhead belt.
The pads are cheap. The calipers are cheap. The rotors do not exist.
I would just put drum brakes on if the current brakes are trashed.
 

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Hehehe, I've been to that museum. It's right next to the big open frame electric motor that run the whole shop from one long overhead belt.
The pads are cheap. The calipers are cheap. The rotors do not exist.
I would just put drum brakes on if the current brakes are trashed.

OK, so now you need another master cylinder, delete the proportioning valve, find a set-up for emergency brakes for drums versus discs...yup, you'd certainly be saving a ton of $$$ doing all that, versus turning those pesky discs.
 
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