Offered For Sale by the California Automobile Museum
1967 Chrysler Imperial Crown Coupe- Mobile Director
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This 1967 Imperial Crown Coupe is one of 81 built with the Mobile Director option. Another 70 or so were built in 1968, and then no more. The design was based on the 1966 Imperial show car named "Mobile Office." That car featured a conference table, fax machine, car phone, typewriter and desk lamp. This Imperial was featured in the Wall Street Journal's October 12, 2016 edition in the "My Ride" column. Jay Leno has a Crown Coupe, you can check it out on Jay Leno’s Garage.
It’s 1967, you’re the Chairman of the Board and you deserve the best that America has to offer. The Imperial Crown Coupe is Chrysler’s answer. Its 18 feet of American luxury, powered by a 440 V8 and most comfortable with leather interior, wood trim, electric windows and more. Powerful, yet easy to drive, perfect for long drives from Las Vegas to Los Angeles. Your Executive Assistant doesn’t miss a beat in the Mobile Director with folding table and rear facing seat. (Today, it makes the perfect rear facing child seat!)
Exterior: Repainted factory Arctic blue metallic. Minor paint chips touched up. No dings, dents or rust. Body is straight. Chrome, brightwork, glass and vinyl top are in excellent condition. This car demands attention as it drives down the road.
Interior: Very minimal wear, leather and wood look amazing!
This car screams Mad Men. Yes, there are some incredible Lincolns and Cadillac’s from the same era, but you see them everywhere. You’ll be hard pressed to find an Imperial Crown Coupe. With the Mobile Director option, be ready to explain to anyone who see’s the car…
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