1994 Chrysler LeBaron Landau - what do you think?

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Old 03-15-2017, 12:56 AM
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Default 1994 Chrysler LeBaron Landau - what do you think?

hi guys names lauren

made an account because im car hunting and came across a car that i cant get over.

found a craigslist ad for a 1994 Chrysler LeBaron Landau with 95,000 miles on it for $1500. gonna include a screenshot of the ad below.

car is the same age as me. i cant get over the 90 degree angles of the 90's design and that glorious grape color.

i love older cars and dont mind driving or maintaining them but i wanted to run this past some members of the community and see what their opinions of this particular model are.

says its had some things replaced already - namely the radiator and the thermostat. can anyone think of anything to watch out for after those things go bad? or are radiator/thermostat issues common in models of this age?

also dont mind replacing the struts but again: is this a common age issue, and what other problems are going to go hand in hand with the struts on this particular model?

just wanna know if this seems like a good investment for the price, model, and mileage - or if i should avoid it at all costs.

havent had the chance to test drive it yet - still waiting for a seller response. anything in particular i should listen for or watch out for once i test it?

thanks!!!!!


 
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