Just arrived, a beautiful Imperial Custom Sedan. Rarely do you see good examples of this luxury model. The most opulent 1960's cars with only high quality interior finishes, chrome & stainless An original rust and accident free example that we are refreshing to its glory days.
This is a 1968 Imperial Custom Sedan of Chrysler’s top of the line luxury car line. This car was produced to compete with the Cadillac Fleetwoods as well as the Lincoln Continentals. Only 1,887 Custom sedans were manufactured in 1968, a very low production number!
Brand new dual stage Dark Red Poly Metallic repaint just completed. Beautiful and high quality interior. New NOS cloth brocade seat inserts. New dark red carpet and headliner. Original burnished brass trimmed door panels and dash. I love the dashes in these cars with the hidden radio panel cover!
Features and Options
Beautiful new dual stage repaint in Dark Red Poly Metallic
Excellent newly painted White roof
Factory Dark Red interior with NOS inserts, door panels and dash
Original golden brass trim, headliner and new carpet
Very nice chrome and soft trim throughout
Ice cold factory air conditioning
Original 440 cubic inch V-8 & automatic transmission
Power steering & brakes
Power antenna and original AM radio and speakers
Factory wheel covers and newer whitewall radial tires
The Pick of the Day is Full Classic in a ‘seldom seen’ configuration
The Pick of the Day was shown on the grass during the most-recent edition of the iconic California event
Enjoy first-class food and beverage while browsing historic pre-war cars and future classic cars at The Quail
Mad Men convertible being offered by ScreenBid
The Pick of the Day is a 1959 Chrysler Crown Imperial Southhampton Edition, which means it was one of only 1,728 out of a production of 17,000
In 1908, Kansas farmer Walter P. Chrysler bought his first car.
‘I was the crown jewel of Chrysler back in the day,” is the way the advertisement on ClassicCars.com starts for the Pick of the Day, a 1961 Chrysler Imperial for sale.
According to Mark Hyman, it was like light lightning struck twice in the same place when he and a close friend each won a “best of show” award at two different concours on the same day.
‘Beatrice” was a 1956 Imperial sedan named for the nurse who took care of my mother during a protracted illness in 1955 when the car was introduced.