See America from the seat of a LeBaron!
Yes, some guy actually tattooed a Chrysler LeBaron on his arm. No, I don't know why. Yes, this is the worst tattoo I have ever seen.
One of the joys of automotive criticism is that everyone's got a different opinion. A car can be great or a car can be terrible, depending on who you're asking. But every so often, all of us auto journos get our heads together and decide that one particular car is unanimously wonderful. And then we are wrong.
A teal 1995 Chrysler LeBaron could be about the most nondescript convertible in the world. This one, however, is different because it was once owned by Buffy The Vampire Slayer. Now, at $2,995, it's probably the cheapest celebrity-owned car you can buy.
Rams linebacker David Vobora deserves an award for having the absolute best vehicle in all of professional sports: a wood-paneled 1984 Chrysler LeBaron convertible. He calls it his "Woody" and he loves to show it off.
Could anyone possibly consider the 1982 Chrysler LeBaron the paragon of freedom? We’ve joined forces with Budapest-based American journalist Erik D’Amato to discover the magic of American iron in post-communist Eastern Europe. —Ed.
What we really want to know here is: does "available leather-fitted cabin" mean the '85 LeBaron GTS has Soft Corinthian Leather? Or did you actually get basketball leather?