1993 Chrysler Concorde, 66k miles, original owner (luxury pack) - $3800 (Cedar Hills)
1993 chrysler concorde
VIN: 2C3EL56F3PH662851 condition: excellent cylinders: 6 cylinders drive: fwd fuel: gas odometer: 66100 paint color: red size: full-size title status: clean transmission: automatic type: sedan
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Update: Barn Finds noticed this ad! That's pretty neat. You can see it here: https://barnfinds.com/cab-forward-1993-chrysler-concorde/
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For higher resolution photos: https://www.dropbox.com/sh/gcl8w0dz1no3eg5/AADLIVennAzydRwYXdCYHy8_a
For sale is a fine, 66k mile, one-owner, 1993 Chrysler Concorde - the very first model year for the Concorde.
This car was taken out on the odd weekend or evening out, an occasional excursion, or a trip to pick someone up from the airport but was always a secondary car.
It drives/cruises nicely, as it always has, and everything in the car works. The interior condition shows very little sign of age (despite its 28 years of service). The leather seats, including driver seat, are in excellent shape.
Regarding the Concorde model: it was part of Chrysler’s then-new “LH platform” introduced in the early 1990s. The “cab forward” design of the car was a heavily promoted feature in its time. This was on Car and Driver’s “10 best” list in 1993 and 1994.
This particular Concorde was purchased new in 1992 and had the “premium” package – power driver seat, power mirrors, full leather interior, trip computer / compass / thermometer, and premium (cassette) stereo and speakers. Most every option on the list at the time was selected when the car was purchased new in Beaverton. At the time, all of the additional options and the color selection meant the car had to be “special ordered,” (rather than chosen off the lot inventory) and (if memory serves) it took well over a month before the car arrived and he could take delivery. The engine is the optional 214HP 3.5L V6 with plenty of power and torque.
This is my father’s secondary car – he’s always had a primary car, thus the low mileage. These days however he has found he does not drive the car much at all and would like to free up the space in his garage for other things. There is no urgency to sell the car, but it is about time for it to find a new home.
Mechanic looked it over and said brakes, alignment and fluids were good. Tires have lots of life left. Timing belt is original but in good shape - this year has a non-interference engine (that changed in 1997).
Recent service: The oil was just changed, the battery is very new, the A/C was recharged and converted from R12 to R134A and blows very cold, and the cruise control servo was replaced not long ago.
Issues: One piece of trim came off at some point. I am currently looking for this little chrome piece online and will replace it once I’ve found it.
This car is not for everyone, but for those interested in such things, it is probably one of the lowest mileage, nicely preserved/cared for Concorde’s in the U.S. at the moment – particularly considering it is from the introductory production year with this rare color and the luxury package combination.
(I would prefer email but you can also text 503 - Nine Two Eight - 4297)
PS: If this ad is up, the car is still available. I just updated the pictures.
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