Chrysler LeBaron

The Chrysler LeBaron (or Chrysler Imperial LeBaron) was originally a classic luxury car of 1930s manufactured by Chrysler which competed with other luxury cars of the era such as Lincoln and Packard.

The LeBaron has become one of the longest running nameplates in Chrysler history. The first LeBaron models were designated as the top-of-the-line 1957 through 1975 Imperials.

The Chrysler LeBaron was re-introduced in 1977 as Chrysler's lowest priced model, and the name was used on various Chryslers until 1995. Resurrected to add cachet to the Chrysler Division's new mid-sized entry, the "LeBaron" name has since been applied to five different cars built by the Chrysler Division:

  • 1977–1981 M-body Mid-size LeBaron sedan, coupé, and wagon
  • 1982–1988 K-body Compact LeBaron sedan, coupé, convertible, and wagon
  • 1985–1989 H-body Mid-size LeBaron GTS hatchback
  • 1987–1995 J-body Personal luxury LeBaron coupé and convertible
  • 1990–1994 AA-body Mid-size LeBaron sedan

Read more about Chrysler LeBaronThe LeBaron Background, 1931–1941, 1957–1975, 1977–1981, 1982–1988, 1985–1989 LeBaron GTS, 1987–1995 Coupé/convertible, 1990–1995 Sedan, Mexican Market, Safety

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