A pleasure boat made from a Chrysler LeBaron convertible

A pleasure boat made from a Chrysler LeBaron convertible

November 14, 2020 0 By autotimesnews

An enthusiast from the United States made a “full-fledged boat” out of his Chrysler LeBaron convertible. The vehicle, which has received the nickname Le Boata, effectively travels on public roads, collecting the envious glances of passers-by.

What does it take to turn a used Chrysler LeBaron convertible into a stunning custom car? As it turns out, all you need is a used boat to wrap around the LeBaron to create one of the most unique vehicles on the road. While it may sound like a lot of work, the owner of this aptly named Le Boata shows just how easy and inexpensive it is to get your dream Chrysler LeBaron boat.

It is worth noting that Le Boata does not float and has the same water capabilities as any regular car.

As the owner of the car says, “Le Boata is mostly about style and driving pleasure in a convertible.”

The owner had a very limited budget to build Le Boata, but luckily he was able to buy a used Chrysler LeBaron convertible for just $ 700, and then a used boat for just $ 100. It took the owner only three days of work to connect these two different modes of transport, and thus the Le Boata project was born.

From certain corners of the road, it looks like a boat is sailing down the street, but on closer inspection, you start to see the basics of the car. It is primarily about the wheels, but the headlights and the front license plate are also visible.

Not so long, AutoTimesNews wrote that this trailer combined a boat and a tourist trailer. The foreign company decided to create a trailer that would simultaneously accommodate a tourist camper, as well as a full-fledged boat. At the moment, only a promising prototype of the novelty is presented.