This 1987 Chrysler LeBaron is a tube-frame race car that was originally campaigned in multiple stock car series before being converted for open-road high-speed events. Subsequent achievements included winning the Silver State Classic Challenge in 1999, establishing a Guinness World Record for average speed at the Nevada Open Road Challenge in 2000, and being featured at the World of Speed Museum in Wilsonville, Oregon. Power is from a Dodge 358ci V8 paired with a 4-speed manual transmission, and the race-prepped interior features a fire suppression system, Simpson harnesses, and a Terratrip rally computer. Fluids flushes and an inspection were reportedly carried out in preparation for sale. This Chrysler LeBaron racer is offered with period articles and race results, Guinness World Record paperwork, and an Oregon bill of sale. Call Josh 503-475-8078 or Matt 503-819-9007 for more details.
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