1983 Chrysler Lebaron Mark Cross Convertible 2-door 2.2l on 2040-cars
Tipp City, Ohio, United States
|1983 Chrysler Lebaron Mark Cross Town and country convertible. One of only 1500 produced. The car has every option available on 1983, I believe. It even has the continental kit which was a dealer installed option. I purchased the car from an older retired gentleman. He had owned the car since the mid 80's. I think he may had been suffering from alzheimers because he was unable to tell me the exact milage on the car. It says 26000 on the odometer and he had the title transferred over from his Florida residence to Ohio in 2002. The title states 19677 actual on it. He really could not tell me if that was correct so I am selling it as miles unknown. I purchased the car for my grandfather. I thought it would be a fun car for him to run around in but before I could give him the car he passed away from a brain aneurism. Now I am selling the car and just trying to move on.
The vehicle is what I would classify as a 20 footer it looks great at 20 feet. When you get up on the car you can see a little over spray where the guy had it painted. The body is pretty straight and It does not appear to have any body filler in the car. There is a little rust underneath in the trunk . I took a picture so you can see it. There is also 3 small holes on the edge of convertible top were the bars rub when it is folded. The car always starts and goes it has some squeeks here and there but it is a 1983 k car I think they had those when they were new. Everything works on the car all the power windows, door locks, power top, power seat. The a/c even works It could probable use a charge to get it ice cold. The interior is pretty nice seats and carpet seemed to be very well cared for.The exhaust is new and I had a new Carberator put on the car. The vehicle is as is no warranty . Please email me if you have any questions
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