Price: US $1,034.00 Item location: Fairfield, Connecticut, United States
  • Condition: Used
  • Make: Chrysler
  • Model: LeBaron
  • SubModel: GTS
  • Type: Hatchback
  • Trim: GTS
  • Year: 1986
  • Mileage: 99,100
  • VIN: 1C3BH58E0GN139805
  • Color: BRONZE
  • Engine size: 2.2L TURBO EFI
  • Number of cylinders: 4
  • Power options: Air Conditioning, Cruise Control, Power Locks, Power Windows, Power Seats
  • Fuel: Gasoline
  • Transmission: Automatic
  • Drive type: FWD
  • Interior color: TAN
  • Options: CD Player
  • Vehicle Title: Clear
  • Want to buy? Contact seller!

1986 Chrysler LeBaron GTS

Reluctantly selling my time capsule survivor 1986 Chrysler LeBaron GTS 2.2L Turbo EFI baby. I have used this car as an every day driver for the last 2 1/2 years. It is the most dependable, eliable car I have ever owned. She has a clear title and current State of Connecticut registration.Whatever she needs, he gets, o questions asked and only Mopar parts if available. She has been serviced only at my local Dodge dealer by amaster mechanicwho worked on all of these turbo cars when they were new in the 1980's. This car was originally owned by an elderly woman in New Jersey, ho also only serviced the car at her local dealership. She traded it in because it needed a head gasket job, he dealer performed the work at around 80K and it was wholesaled out to a dealer in Pennsylvania who is a fellow Mopar enthusiast. This dealer brought the car to the 2013 Chryslers at Carlisle eventwhere I purchased it from under the survivor car tent. The car is Golden Bronze Pearl with Saddle interior. It has never been in an accident and has always been garaged. The car is loaded and has power everything, ncluding air conditioning, t is a literal time capsule that looks, uns and drives like new. I will drive this car anywhere and have taken it on trips for hundreds of miles. I would drive this car clear across the USA without any worry. Fly in and drive it home. The GTS was the top of the line LeBaron model for 1986 and this one has every available extra cost option, ncluding 15" alloy wheels, instripe package and digital dashboard.The exhaust downpipe is still wrapped in the factory foil covering! After buying the car, had it gonethroughtop to bottom and since I have owned it, have had the following replaced either due to wear or for preventative maintenance:hoses, elts, ap, ires, lugs, oil, ires, adiator, ower steering pump, ront & rear brakes, ront rotors, ront axles, earingsand seals, iper motor, ront struts, ear shocks, &N air filter, ebuilt transmission, ower steering pump, ressure hose, uel filter and more that I can't think of right now. I have a folder full of thousands of dollars of receipts that goes to the new owner. The interior of the car is near new, he seats are perfect, o rips, ears and no wear! Whenever someone rides in the backseat, hey say it feels like they are sitting on a couch, t's so comfortable. Even the headliner does not sag. The body is in excellent condition and has never been in an accident. The car was rustproofed by Rust Miser when new. Incredibly, here are only two areas that should be fixed,on each side of the rear lower rocker panels where rust is starting to come through, ne side had been repaired before. This is the only area of concern on the whole car and will be an easy fix. After 27 years, he paint is going to show the usualsuperficialparking lot scratches and dings. No matter how careful you are and how far away you park, omeone will always park a foot away from you. Other than that, here are two small dings on the hatchback right near the rear wiper where it looks as if something dropped on the hatch. The 2.2L Turbo runs like a terror and is a blast to drive. I only use Mobil 1 and also aZinc ZDDP oil additive.I put in a newer Chrysler CD Stereo with premium hi power sound speakers. The car just turned 99,000 miles. The car turns heads everywhere I go and it will be sad to see her go. I used to take a train to work and this car only drove a couple miles a day to the train station and back. I don't work there anymore, o would rather put miles on a car that's not collectible. This is the only reason why the car is now for sale. I will gladly answer any questions or send you more photos. Please call me with any questions (203) 257-1839, AM -8PM Eastern Time.

On Oct-18-15 at 16:14:16 PDT, eller added the following information:

I forgot to mention that I have the original Chrysler window sticker from when the car was new. There is also zero paint fade, he original paint is in mint condition and shines bright thanks to being garaged it's whole life and regular waxings. The car also has a factoryfront license plate bracket so no worries registering in a state that requires both front and rear plates like mine. The original window and door rubber are soft and supple and there are zero water leaks, ven in the heaviest of rains. This car is a once-in-a-lifetime find and is likely the best surviving example that will ever be found.