When car collectors decide to get out of the hobby, they’ll sometimes consign their collection to an auction through a high-end auctioneer such as Mecum or RM Sotheby’s. Those auctions are typically for vintage or high-end vehicles, though, so if you were looking to liquidate your collection of ratty K-Cars, you’d have to opt for something a bit more modest. Like Cragslist.
We’re apprehensive to even call this a car “collection,” however that’s how the seller refers to his hoard of semi-broken Chrysler Lebarons, so we’re just going to roll with it. The cars, which are located in Chesterfield, Virginia, range in price and condition, with the cream of the crop appearing in fully working order and commanding a massive $2,000. The seller will also offer you a deal if you want to buy two or more at once, which might be a good idea. We get the feeling you’ll need a parts car or two if you decide to go the way of George Costanza and pull the trigger on one of these wood panelled beauties.
From what we can tell, the cars are all 1983 model year vehicles with the three-speed automatic transmission. The Lebaron was offered wit ha 2.2-liter four-cylinder engine, a turbocharged version of the same four and the turbocharged Mitsubishi-sourced 2.6-liter in 1983, however it’s not clear which engines are under the hood of these cars.
If you need a Lebaron parts car or are looking to start your own collection of dilapidated Lebarons, check out the listing here.
Via Road & Track