Vehicles Associated With LeBaron

Imperial LeBaron Series1961 Imperial LeBaron Series
Packard Super-8 One-Eighty1942 Packard Super-8 One-Eighty
Packard Super 8 1801941 Packard Super 8 180
Lincoln Model K1939 Lincoln Model K
Lincoln Model K1938 Lincoln Model K
Chrysler Custom Imperial1938 Chrysler Custom Imperial
Chrysler Imperial Series C-151937 Chrysler Imperial Series C-15
Lincoln Model K1937 Lincoln Model K
Packard 1507 Twelve1937 Packard 1507 Twelve
Packard 1508 Twelve1937 Packard 1508 Twelve
Packard 1502 Super Eight1937 Packard 1502 Super Eight
Lincoln Model K Series 3001936 Lincoln Model K Series 300
Packard Model 1201936 Packard Model 120
Packard Model 1407 Twelve1936 Packard Model 1407 Twelve
Packard Twelve1936 Packard Twelve
Packard Model 14081936 Packard Model 1408
Packard Model 1404 Super Eight1936 Packard Model 1404 Super Eight
Packard 1204 Super Eight1935 Packard 1204 Super Eight
Chrysler Custom Imerial Airlow Series CW1935 Chrysler Custom Imerial Airlow Series CW
Lincoln Model K1935 Lincoln Model K
Pierce Arrow Model 8401935 Pierce Arrow Model 840
Packard 1201 Eight1935 Packard 1201 Eight
Packard Twelve1935 Packard Twelve
Packard Twelve1934 Packard Twelve
Lincoln Model KB Series 2711934 Lincoln Model KB Series 271
Pierce Arrow Model 840A1934 Pierce Arrow Model 840A
Packard 1106 Twelve1934 Packard 1106 Twelve
Ford Model 40 DeLuxe1934 Ford Model 40 DeLuxe
Pierce Arrow Model 1248 Custom Twelve1934 Pierce Arrow Model 1248 Custom Twelve
Duesenberg Model SJ1934 Duesenberg Model SJ
Packard 1108 Twelve1934 Packard 1108 Twelve
Packard 1105 Super Eight1934 Packard 1105 Super Eight
Packard 1006 Twelve1933 Packard 1006 Twelve
Pierce Arrow Model 12471933 Pierce Arrow Model 1247
Stutz DV-321933 Stutz DV-32
Stutz SV-161933 Stutz SV-16
Pierce Arrow Model 1242 Twelve1933 Pierce Arrow Model 1242 Twelve
Chrysler CL Custom Imperial1933 Chrysler CL Custom Imperial
Lincoln Model KB1933 Lincoln Model KB
Marmon Sixteen1933 Marmon Sixteen
Pierce Arrow Model 8361933 Pierce Arrow Model 836
Lincoln Model KB1932 Lincoln Model KB
Chrysler Series CL Imperial1932 Chrysler Series CL Imperial
Pierce Arrow Model 541932 Pierce Arrow Model 54
Stutz SV-161932 Stutz SV-16
Marmon Sixteen1932 Marmon Sixteen
Duesenberg Model J LeBaron1932 Duesenberg Model J LeBaron
Stutz Model DV-321932 Stutz Model DV-32
Duesenberg Model J1931 Duesenberg Model J
Lincoln Model K1931 Lincoln Model K
Stutz Model MB1931 Stutz Model MB
Packard Model 8451931 Packard Model 845
Pierce Arrow Model 411931 Pierce Arrow Model 41
Stutz Model DV-321931 Stutz Model DV-32
Marmon Model 161931 Marmon Model 16
Chrysler CG Imperial1931 Chrysler CG Imperial
Stutz Model MB1930 Stutz Model MB
Lincoln Model L1930 Lincoln Model L
Ford Model A1930 Ford Model A
Duesenberg Model J1930 Duesenberg Model J
Packard 745 Deluxe Eight1930 Packard 745 Deluxe Eight
Stutz Model M1930 Stutz Model M
Stutz SV161930 Stutz SV16
Duesenberg Model J1929 Duesenberg Model J
Lincoln Model L1929 Lincoln Model L
Stutz Model M1929 Stutz Model M
Graham-Paige Model 8371929 Graham-Paige Model 837
Graham-Paige Model 8271929 Graham-Paige Model 827
Stutz Model 6 Blackhawk1929 Stutz Model 6 Blackhawk
Isotta Fraschini 8A SS1928 Isotta Fraschini 8A SS
Chrysler Series 801928 Chrysler Series 80
Lincoln Model L1928 Lincoln Model L
Stutz Model BB1928 Stutz Model BB
Minerva AK1927 Minerva AK
Lincoln Model L1927 Lincoln Model L
Isotta Fraschini Tipo 8A1927 Isotta Fraschini Tipo 8A
McFarlan Boattail Roadster1927 McFarlan Boattail Roadster
Minerva AF1927 Minerva AF
Packard 2361925 Packard 236
Isotta Fraschini Tipo 81924 Isotta Fraschini Tipo 8


The history of LeBaron Carrossiers Inc. dates back to 1920. It was founded by two prominent and well known coachbuilders, Thomas L. Hibbard and Raymond Dietrich. The duo established their business at 2 Columbus Circle in New York City. The location was expensive but it did provide the image and prestige they were hoping to ascertain. The name, LeBaron, was chosen because it sounded French and sophisticated.

The New York City office was just that, an office where the design work was done. There were no coachbuilding facilities at this location. This allowed them to segregate their talents from the manufacturer of the chassis and the actual coachbuilding firms.

Soon after the Design Studio opened their doors for business, they were approached by Ralph Roberts from Brewster who was looking for work. Dietrich and Hibbard appreciated his talents and offered him a one-third partnership in the business. In the years to come, both Dietrich and Hibbard left the company they formed to for other opportunities. This left Roberts in charge of the company.

A Detroit based firm named Briggs acquired the LeBaron Company in 1927. Briggs had a well established list of clientele that included marques such as Ford, Chrysler, Hudson and Overland. These connections allowed LeBaron's business to flourish and prosper. Soon, they had attracted work from Cadillac, Pierce Arrow, and Lincoln.

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