Indy Pace Car
The New Le Baron Convertibles, when introduced were sleek, luxurious and sporty. And it would have the distinction of being the first modern Chrysler convertible factory-built from the ground-up, rather than “converted” from a two-door coupe.
This “NEW” Convertible was selected to be the pace car for the 1987 Indianapolis 500 race, and the actual pacing duty was handled by none other than Carroll Shelby. Three matching replicas were built at that time for official use. Chrysler also created a limited number, around 1000 of Pace Car replica Convertibles and Coupes for sale to the public and this is one of those.
Purchased new by a famous Automobile Parts Supplier from Texas for his personal collection, and then continued to be collector owned, explaining the ultra-low miles. Actual miles are printed on the title.
Amazingly Low Mileage 1,786 Original Miles!!!
1 of about 1000 Indy Pace Car Replicas built
All options including A/C, Leather, Power Windows, seat and Antenna
Original Documentation including Manual, Window sticker, Build Sheet and more!!
Original tires were not safe and replaced by USA Made Firestones. 3 Originals available
- Engine Type
- Engine Size
- 2.2L TURBO, gasoline, 146
- Body Color
- Body Style
- Interior Color
- Seating Type
- Seat Material
- Leather & Cloth
- Shifter Type
- Center Console