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1960 Chrysler Imperial Crown 413 Wedge V8 Push Button Automatic
I thought you might like a look at this very unique 1960 Chrysler Imperial Crown sedan. It's powered by the original 413 Wedge V8, kicking out a factory rated 350HP and 470 Lb-Ft of torque. All that power is being sent through a 727 torqueflite automatic, that is controlled by a push button shifter. It's a really cool car, that still had some 50's feel to it...like the massive rear fins, tons of chrome, and the awesome taillights. Inside, you'll find a truly unique interior as well, with an unusual shaped steering wheel and huge gauges. This car also has all the modern creature comforts, like power windows, power seat, air conditioning, etc. I hope you find it interesting, thanks for watching! This car was filmed at Country Classic Cars in Staunton, IL www.CountryClassicCars.com The background track is Travel Light, by Jason Shaw, of Audionautix.com. It is available, royalty-free, under Creative Commons unported license attribution 3.0. You can download it from Audionautix.com at: http://audionautix.com/~audion/Music/TravelLight.mp3





1958 Imperial Southampton - For Sale
This is a beautiful, very rare and nicely optioned 1958 Chrysler Imperial Southampton 2 Door Coupe in excellent condition inside and out. this car is finished with a beautiful red exterior complemented by an outstanding White and Red interior. Overall, this car is in exceptional condition and is a very rare find. This 1958 Chrysler Imperial Southampton is a true 392ci Hemi car which makes this beauty very desirable and is the last year for the Hemi to come in an Imperial. This was one of the most expensive cars produced in 1958 with a base price of $5,388. It is extremely rare with a total production of only 1,939 cars and only a hand full to ever survive. This is one of the nicest 1958's to come available in the last several years and we are fortunate as they almost never come up for sale. This beauty has been completely restored and there is a photo album documenting the entire process that will come with the car. The car is rust free and solid as a rock and she is super straight which is wonderful for such a huge car; that is a testament to the restorer. These 1950’s Chrysler Hemi cars are very desirable and very rare to find in this type of outstanding condition. It's loaded with the following equipment: 392ci 345hp Hemi V8 Engine "Numbers Matching" Torque-Flite Push Button Automatic transmission Power Steering Power Brakes Power Windows Power Seat Power Antenna Original WonderBar AM Radio (non operational) White Wall Tires All Chrome redone Mechanically, the engine and transmission run flawlessly and she drives with no issues at all! The original, numbers matching 392ci 345hp Hemi engine makes moving this great car seem effortless. The motor fires right up and runs as if it was new. All and all, this 1958 Chrysler Imperial Southampton is one of the rarest and hardest to find 50’s classic cars on the market today and you have a unique opportunity to own such a rare and original car. We have priced her to sell so if a car like this is in your future, do not let the chance to buy this pass you by. Look over the pictures and make an appointment to see the car. If you want to know more about the car - CALL ME (978) 771-8375 - See more at: http://www.silverstonemotorcars.com/1958-Chrysler-Imperial-Southampton-Nort h-Andover-Massachusetts-01845/5010756#sthash.0Z3kMtTE.dpuf





Gorgeous 1972 Chrysler Imperial LeBaron
1972 Chrysler Imperial LeBaron. A benchmark in its day, that still holds true. This particular vehicle is a wonderful example of good taste. Ordered new on April 10th 1972 by a woman in her mid 40’s, she picked out a glorious combination of colors and options. Standard options included: - Light package - Front seat side shield - Front foam seat cushion - 70 Amp battery - Tinted glass - Tinted windshield - Remote controlled mirror - Single air conditioning - Electric clock - 3 Speed wipers - Undercoating with hood insulation - Cornering lights - Fasten seatbelts reminder light - Wheelhouse opening skirts - Power windows - Rear seat speaker - Power antenna - Rim blow steering wheel Choice options on this car: - Imperial accessory group - Rear window defogger - Single with ATC (Auto Temp II) - Electronic ignition - Automatic speed control - Power bucket or 50/50 seat - Power vent windows - Power door locks - Power deck lid release (Vacuum) - Radio AM/FM search tuner - Standard size white walls - Coral Turquoise Metallic exterior - White vinyl top Other options equipped on this car that have unknown origin: - Safeguard sentinel lighting - Automatic headlights beam changer - Cassette Once in Joe’s possession, he got the car running after a stint of 5-6 years of sitting. Installed a new battery and began to shake out any nonworking items. After a few hours we found the list to be quite short. Not much in the way of nonworking items on this car. The engine ran fantastic, however needing new gaskets. The cassette player did not function, and neither did the antenna. The air conditioning system was not fully operational, but the rear A/C did work. It had a full charge of R-12 (removed with the engine, later details on that). Once moving again, driving the car was a wonderful experience. The power disk brakes operate flawlessly and also are beyond excellent at higher speeds. The underside of the car is “Northern Clean” not southern Arizona clean. There is a difference. There is rust on the original untreated, ungreased areas of the chassis and floor. No rot, no holes. Just a solid old car that was not driven much in its life. It is a driver quality underside, not a museum piece. The engine was removed, along with the A/C charge, compressor and lines had to be moved out of the way to get the engine out. It was degreased along with the engine bay and chassis components up front. Disassembled the engine leaving the cylinder heads on. Replaced all the freeze plugs, gaskets, sparkplugs, timing chain and water pump. All bracketry and hardware was cleaned up and detailed or repainted along with the engine bay. Once reassembled, the engine received a new coat of Chrysler blue. It still sports the original spark plug wires! The cassette player had broken belts, so ordered new and replaced. Cassette is operational, and is IPod ready with a cassette adapter. The car is a real head turner, and would say it stacks up among the nicest ’72 Imperials in the country.





1990 Chrysler Imperial sales training video
©1989 Chrysler Motors Corporation Taken from the Online Imperial Club website (imperialclub.com).




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