Fully original condition - Unrestored - 30,000 miles - Sold new in Spain - valid MOT
|Condition:||Overall in fairly good condition|
|Registered in country:||Spain|
|Model Type:||Imperial LeBaron 4 door|
Chrysler Imperial LeBaron 4 door from 1966 in completely original condition.
It has the famous 440 engine. With only 30,000 miles (not verifiable with books or others, but very likely real because of the original condition of the car). Manufactured in 1966, but with registration from 1969, because it was originally imported for the Spanish land army.
Only about 1800 units were manufactured, of which very few arrived in Europe. There seems to be a total of about six in Spain, including those mounted by Barreiros. This unit is manufactured in the United States.
It is in perfect running order, unrestored. Suspension, steering, brakes, bottoms, gear box, water pump, exhaust, silencers and tyres have been checked/changed recently. It has all four wheel hubs, even though in some photos one of them is missing.
Flaws: the air-conditioner needs to be checked, and the driver's seat upholstery is in poor condition (see photos) Good driving, just like the first day. Equipped with long reach headlights, automatic station search, reverb effect, power seats, power windows.
Valid vehicle inspection and up-to-date documents. Comes with original workshop manual and copy on CD, as well as advertising brochure.
You can see the car in Coslada (Madrid), Spain.
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The seller prefers the lot to be picked up from Las navas del marqués (Spain). Shipping is possible by arrangement only. Costs of shipping are at the buyer's expense.
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