• Not a pretty car, but definitely unique and unusual. It has a retro-cool factor to it. But I think for the condition, this is all the money. I can't imagine a perfect, low mileage example would be worth more than $15-20K, but that's just my speculation. I haven't exactly been following the '81-'83 Imperial market closely (is there one?). This one is showing obvious rust issues on the trunk and wheel arches.

    The seller is too optimistic here that the car will appreciate. This car isn't going up in value unless it sees some restoration, which will cost more to perform than a restored version is worth. Just drive it and enjoy it for what it is.

    • "Our market research team found that most geriatric evaluation participants referenced the comfort level of their living room sofa when asked how they prefer to sit for extended periods. Our designers and engineers determined the most satisfactory offering would be a variation of the sofa. We present the 'road sofa'!"

    • Think of them as sort of anti bolsters. They give the impression of all that road hugging weight really gripping the corners; you gotta watch out because those massive g forces throw mom right out of her chair.

  • "Trade for a 20 to 26-foot center console fishing boat…."

    Heck, just put pontoons and an outboard on this baby.

    It'll be so rare, every time you go fishing people will come up to you and say "What is that?"

    -Stan (who thinks this is a proper way re-porpoise a land yacht)

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