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 LeBarons started in 1930s during the automobile’s Classic era and competed directly with the luxury brands of its day such as Lincoln, Cadillac, and Packard. In the mid-1930s, Chrysler added a radical new “Art Deco” design shape, known as the Airflow Imperials, to the Chrysler line. The high-end CW series were supplied by LeBaron. The design features were considered advanced and perhaps ahead of their time. However, the shape was too
radical for buyer’s tastes and non-Airflow models outsold Airflows by about 3 to 1.Raymond Dietrich, co-founder and former stylist at LeBaron, was hired in 1932 to be Chrysler’s in-house stylist. Dietrich restyled the Airflow line and Chryslers moved to more mainstream styles.
• Opening Bonnet
• Opening Doors
• Moving Wheels
• Precision Die-Cast Replica
• Colour May Vary
These models are exclusive to Historic Motor Museum Mint and not available elsewhere in the UK.
All models are officially licensed by the manufacturer and come with an individual certificate of authenticity,
so you can collect with confidence.
- Additional Information
Catalogue Code CR32LB Instructions N/A