Imperial

EXCLUSIVE: 1961 Imperial Southampton

7,979 Original Miles: 1966 Imperial LeBaron

Barn Finder Pat L is certainly spotting some interesting cars for us to look at, so thank you so much for that Pat. This 1966 Imperial LeBaron is one such car, and if the claimed 7,979 genuine miles is… more»

One Owner: 1981 Chrysler Imperial

The full-size Imperial luxury model went away after 1975. Then Chrysler brought back a personal luxury model in 1981 which was sold through 1983. But timing is everything, and the timing of this model just didn’t work. If it… more»

Last Year of Convertible: 1968 Imperial Crown Convertible

While my favorite Imperials were the 1964 to 1966 years, the 1967 to 1968 years are pretty close. While they were no longer as distinctive from the New Yorker and other Chrysler models, they did strive to appeal to the… more»

Another One! 1957 Imperial Ghia Limousine

Barn Finds reader Ikey H. was kind enough to send in another Imperial Ghia Limousine, but this one is older and somewhat rougher than the beautiful 1963 model that Adam did such a great job of writing up recently. It… more»

1 Of 2: 1963 Crown Imperial Ghia Limousine

Sometimes claims of rarity for certain cars don’t stand up to close scrutiny, but the claims about this Crown Imperial do, and that makes it a very rare car indeed. Ownership of one of these limousines was the exclusive… more»

Original Owner: 1961 Imperial Crown Coupe

There is no denying that Mopar had some very interesting and stylish machines getting approved through the design department, like this 1961 Imperial Crown Coupe. We can thank Virgil Exner for such interesting and unique machines. Although this Mopar… more»

A Little Of Everything: 40+ Finds, One Location!

There’s something for everyone (okay, at least American car lovers) in this find of over 40 vehicles located in Hickory, North Carolina and advertised here on craigslist. The seller doesn’t exactly go overboard with their descriptions and requests phone contact… more»

Low Mileage Luxury Locomotive: 1973 Imperial

You cannot explain the seventies.  They had to be lived.  People were so much more easygoing.  24 hour news wasn’t a thing when you had to put aluminum foil on your TV antenna to get a station.  Children went… more»

Prairie Schooner! 1967 Chrysler Imperial Convertible

After emerging from 25 years of slumber, this Oklahoma City, Oklahoma classic seeks a new owner with a No Reserve auction here on eBay. Though not an exact twin, this car certainly calls to mind the 1965 Chrysler 300 from… more»

Last Of The Fabulous Fins: 1961 Imperial Crown

Wow. I don’t know how else to describe this 1961 Imperial Crown sedan other than just plain wow. The size, the luxury, the fins, the color, the everything. This wow’mobile can be found on Craigslist, or here on the… more»

Cheap Dusty Two Door: 1964 Chrysler Imperial

Locked away in an automotive vault for who knows how long, this 1964 Chrysler Imperial two door looks like a solid start to a big Mopar project. In storage with nearly 20 other cars, it is unclear how long… more»

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 Los Angeles California… more»

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 the beginning of… 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 has rust and… 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 that extra time… more»