Strike Three: 1969 Imperial Lebaron Crown Hardtop

Here’s a car with a title almost as long as it is. This Imperial is the third car out of the box at this time, behind door number three, as it were. It’s listed on eBay in… more»

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Jolly Green Giant: 1973 Imperial LeBaron

Here it is folks, the longest post-war, non-limousine car you could buy. 235.3” of American made steel. Weighing in at over two and a half tons on a 127” wheelbase, the 1973 Imperial LeBaron would be… more»

Destined For The Derby: 1961 Imperial

Here’s the car that crushed our poor MGA! We would like to see it crushed, but we decided we had better follow through with the family’s wishes and sell it to the highest bidder. The car… more»

Workaholic’s Dream: 1967 Imperial Crown Mobile Director

One of the things about the coming autonomous car revolution (commencing comment section freakout in 3, 2, 1…) that bugs me is the idea that if we don’t have to focus on driving, we can devote… more»

Black Beauty! 1965 Imperial Coupe

This somewhat menacing 1965 Imperial (note, not a Chrysler; Imperial was a separate brand at this point) should look basically familiar to fans of the Green Hornet TV show and movie, as it was used as… more»

Ultimate Land Yacht: 1967 Imperial Crown Coupe

If you want the ultimate land yacht to hit the open road in, you really can’t get much larger or luxurious than an Imperial Crown Coupe! This was Chrysler’s answer to Cadillac and Lincolns massive luxury… more»

1986 Revisited – Part 5: Deals on Wheels

Here is yet another installment from my recently rediscovered 1986 “Deals on Wheels” magazine. This is the American Iron Edition. This first car is one that you may never have seen before.. IF YOU LIVE ON MARS!.. Ok, sorry…. more»

Black Beauty: 1954 Imperial Sedan

Chairman K.T. Keller enforced a conservative design approach to Chrysler Corporation cars after World War II. This traditional and somewhat boxey post war design style had run its course by 1954, and with exciting new designs… more»

I Want It! 1956 Imperial Crown Limousine

You have to have some imagination to see this one for what it really is; a diamond in the rough! This 1956 Imperial Crown Limousine was submitted by our own David W., and he and I have… more»

Cheap Luxury: 1968 Chrysler Imperial

Sleek and luxurious, with plenty of style, this 1968 Chrysler Imperial convertible was not a cheap car when it was new, and 1968 was the last year for the convertible Imperial. Although after 48 years, this… more»

Truly Imperial: 1962 Imperial Crown

Call me crazy, but I absolutely love Imperials from the fifties and sixties. Maybe because when I was growing up, Imperials, Cadillacs and Lincolns were dream cars for most of us. No one I knew owned… more»

A Big Presence: 1964 Imperial

Pat L found this interesting Imperial listed on craigslist in Weatherford, Texas near Dallas. The $2,750 asking price sounds reasonable if the rust isn’t too bad. This is the second generation Imperial although it was restyled… more»

Classy Pickup, Maybe? 1965 Imperial Flower Car

Despite being disdained by forum bashers here and here, I think this 1965 Imperial that was converted into a flower car, probably when new, has a tremendous amount of potential. It’s located in Newcastle, Oklahoma and… more»