Imperial Crown

Crown It was the finale for Imperial, atleast for a few years. The Crown name was resurrected from the past for its top end LeBaron. The year was 1975. The Crown had the same basic goodies as the LeBaron. The 440 CID 4bbl V8, automatic leveling suspension and 4-wheel disc brakes were just the starting […]
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Imperial Coupe

Coupe By the time 1980 rolled around the think-tank at Chrysler was thinking about yet another run at the Imperial brand. But this time, the idea was ‘personal luxury car’… The Imperial Coupe finally came to fruition in 1981 with no model name technically, just ‘Imperial’ as a make, still marketed on its own. This […]
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Imperial LeBaron

LeBaron For 1973, the LeBaron was in it’s last year of a generation, which was built in Chrysler’s ‘fuselage’ look since ’69. Its wheelbase was a lengthy 127 inches. The platform was an offshoot of the C-body, being called a Y-body for the LeBaron. Two body choices were made available which were a 2-door hardtop […]
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