1964 Chrysler IMPERIAL LeBaron A very hard to find 4 door hard top
in beautiful original Rosewood Metallic. The interior is a
complementary Mauve colored button tucked interior with surrounding
leather. The dash pad and rear deck is with out cracks and
blemishes as is the steering wheel. Power is provided by a 413 V-8
with a 4bbl carb thru a 727 Torqueflite auto transmission. ORIGINAL
ORIGINAL ORIGINAL THEY ARE ONLY NEW ONCE AND THIS IMPERIAL LeBaron
is ALL OF WHAT IT'S SUPPOSED TO BE! This luxury vehicle includes
all the premium features available at the time. Pw steering ,Pw
brakes, power windows including vent windows, Pw front bench seat.
Chryslers unique push button auto transmission. All the gauges
clear and in working order. This is a large automobile designed by
Elwood Engel (formerly from Ford and designer of the Lincoln Town
car) so there is similarity. This is 18' and 8" of American
Sculptural Perfection All original and this car runs and drives
smoothly . On display at our dealership Great Lakes Classic Cars 6
Upton Street Hilton, N.Y. 14468 (800)510-3797 We offer worldwide
transport assistance. Chrome Package, Air Conditioning, Dome Lamp,
Tinted Glass, Armrests - Dual Front, Power Steering, Automatic
Transmission, Am/Fm Radio, Luxury Package, Full-Size Spare Tire,
Spare Tire, Power Windows, Cloth Seats, Power Seats
1964 Chrysler Imperial
Location:Hilton, New York
Exterior Color:Rosewood Metallic
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