1968 Imperial Crown Sedan, CA “Black Plate”, Rust free!

$18,800

Harry's Thoughts

This is a very nice example that is sure to help make its new caretaker many happy memories!

THE ESSENTIALS

This Imperial Crown Sedan was bought new in Los Angeles in 1967.  It is a rust-free largely original example with 130,000 documented miles with two owners since new.

Dick and Nancy Benjamin from Temecula, Ca bought this Imperial from the original owner on August 15, 1989 having accumulated a mere 109,000 miles.  It had been repainted once with an average quality repaint in gold metallic.  The original livery was a creme and can only be seen in the engine compartment.

This Imperial has been a regular tour car and has been well maintained.

For more details please contact Harry at 602.245.7200 or email us at harry@classicpromenade.com.

1968 Imperial Crown Sedan, CA “Black Plate”, Rust free!

$18,800

PRIVATE SALE STATUS
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LOCATION USA
VIEWS 4

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1968 Imperial Crown Sedan, CA “Black Plate”, Rust free!
1968 Imperial Crown Sedan, CA “Black Plate”, Rust free!

$18,800

PRIVATE SALE STATUS
SELLER
VIEWS 4

Imperial Crown

Interesting Fact: From 1955 to 1975, and then again from 1981 to 1983, Imperial was Chrysler Corporations luxury model. Prior to 1955, Imperial had simply been used as a nameplate, but was spun off as its own company under Chrysler in 1955 to see if it could compete with some North American rivals. Every two…
Interesting Fact: From 1955 to 1975, and then again from 1981 to 1983, Imperial was Chrysler Corporations luxury model. Prior to 1955, Imperial had simply been used as a nameplate, but was spun off as its own company under Chrysler in 1955 to see if it could compete with some North American rivals. Every two or three years, Imperial would release new or modified models with V8 engines and technology that would be given to them directly from Chrysler. Beginning in 1957, the Imperial Crown, a mid-range variant, was introduced. The design ideas behind most Imperial Crowns was for the vehicle to be boxy and wide, which was a choice followed until production stopped. There were only minimal styling changes from year to year, and two-door hardtops were the most popular choice at the time. Engines used in this model vary from a Hemi V8 to a Wedge V8, but both options provided the Crown with powerful performance. Car collectors still search for this historic vehicle to add to their collection!  

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