SOLD Not Mine 1969 Chrysler Imperial LeBaron 4dr Hardtop - $5,375 - Mesa, Ariz.

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1969 Chrysler Imperial LeBaron 4dr Hardtop - $5,375 - Mesa, Arizona

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This is a 1969 Chrysler Imperial LeBaron with only 24,000 miles. Needs some TLC. It started up and drove a few months ago haven’t tried since but will have it running if anyone is interested in a small project.

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This was his ad on Offer Up a few months ago. He's down from $6500. It says it sold but seems like the same owner.

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$6,500SOLD

1969 Chrysler Imperial Lebaron
24384 Miles

Mesa, AZLocal pickup (38 miles away)
Posted 8 months ago in Cars & trucks

Clark (14)


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1969 Chrysler Imperial Lebaron with ONLY 24,000 miles. It has been sitting on blocks since 1981 with fluid drained. Just recently redid the spark plugs and wiring and started right up. Not sure the value but shoot me your best offer and let’s make a deal!
 
Quick question for the other experts on here. I know the lighting is different for front and back interior shots but take a second look. The front seats are faded way more than the back. Obviously, most people do not use the back seats anywhere close to how much they use front seats. The front carpet is way more faded as well.
The car almost looks like it may have been parked with the sun constantly fading and baking the front seats, etc.

Does anyone else see this or maybe my sight is worse than I realize?
 
Quick question for the other experts on here. I know the lighting is different for front and back interior shots but take a second look. The front seats are faded way more than the back. Obviously, most people do not use the back seats anywhere close to how much they use front seats. The front carpet is way more faded as well.
The car almost looks like it may have been parked with the sun constantly fading and baking the front seats, etc.

Does anyone else see this or maybe my sight is worse than I realize?

In his offer up ad he said it was sitting up on blocks since 1981 so anything is possible. I will say though if it's been here in AZ all that time it's been inside most of the time. If not that interior would be really trashed.
 
Beautiful colours. I wonder if the paint will come back with a good detailing.
 
I made a low offer on this through a friend. He wasn't interested. Maybe it will be there long enough for me to get out and offer something more serious. Or maybe not.
 
He has title, it would closely match my 69 300. :BangHead:
I'm reducing the fleet. After fixing my other shop, I had a good offer if this guy picked up the neighboring property. He didn't, but I was starting to scramble as I would have been reduced 5 stalls just prior to winter. Thinking about a 10 stall u store it type building now as the new property owner likes to tinker.
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Hello, any sharp eye could find major issues on these pics (except vinyl top - this one I can see myself hehe)? Looks pretty solid imo, hopefully it is still 440 under the hood.
 
The owner probably stopped driving the car when the Autotemp 1 system likely failed - that is about the right mileage for that system's longevity, and being in Arizona, that doesn't work at all either...................
Replacement controllers stopped being available a long time ago when all those systems failed miserably, too early.

Have fun....................................
 
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