Originally written on Busted Coverage  |  Last updated 11/17/14

This might be the most random, yet affordable athlete automobile sale we have come across in quite some time. For the low price of $6,300 you can take home golf legend Arnold Palmer‘s fire engine red 1992 Chrysler LeBaron. Imagine kicking back, top down, sipping on an ice cold Arnold Palmer half-and-half…in Arnie’s LeBaron! This thing is not only a chick magnet but also a great conversation piece with your drinking buddies. Pony up that $6,300 and it could be yours!

This whip is listed on eBay and hasn’t met the minimum price of $6,300 yet. Some slug lowballed the guy for only $4,100, so you’ll have every chance in the world to win this beauty. If you’re interested, act quickly because this auction ends in just under two days.

Some info on the LeBaron from its current owner:

  • “It has run like a champ since the day I first owned it.”
  • “I just use it as a ‘play car’ just to fool around in and it is a great ‘toy’.”
  • “CD player of course.”
  • “I don’t golf but anyone I show it to is tickled to see it.”

The guy, Bill, listed his cell phone on the post so give him a call at 540-847-3333 with any questions…or just place your bid for this one-of-a-kind car now!

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