The Imperial name had been used since 1926 to identify Chrysler Corp.’s top end luxury cars, but in 1955 Chrysler spun off an entire brand to compete with Lincoln and Cadillac. During the second generation (1957-1966) the Imperial sat on its own unique (unshared with plebeian Chrysler offerings) body-on-frame platform with more style than Ralph Lauren and more steel than a Sherman Tank. Find this 1964 Imperial Crown offered for $9995 in Harrisonville, MO via craigslist. Tip from Jason!
From the seller:
1964 CHYRSLER IMPERIAL
cylinders: 8 cylinders
paint color: custom
title status: clean
This 1964 Imperial Crown coupe is in great shape for the age.
This car is in great running condition. You can hop in and cruise to your local car show on the weekends. Factory air and heat car as well.
Push button Torqueflite automatic transmission make it fun to drive.
It has power windows, which all work.
All the gauges on the dash work as well.
Powered by a 413 cubic inch V8 engine that runs like a top! Trans shifts smooth through all the gears as well.
Being an older car it does have some imperfections here and there. I have a lift at the shop for you to thoroughly inspect top to bottom.
Clear title in hand.
There was an almost identical car sold on Bring a Trailer for $13,000 in 2021.
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