The LeBaron badge appeared as early as 1931 on a series of cars by prolific American automaker Chrysler. LeBaron was a coachbuilder, and as was common practice in the early days of the automobile, coachbuilders would make the bodies for many manufacturers while they concentrated on the mechanicals and running gear. Later on, the LeBaron nameplate would be seen in the mid-sized, as well as personal luxury car segments as a proper Chrysler product. This particular 1989 Chrysler LeBaron Convertible is a 25,000-mile example of Chrysler's personal luxury car that's reportedly undergone some recent maintenance to keep it going strong. If you've been intrigued by these machines, read on to discover what they bring.