The 1955 Imperial was launched and registered as a separate marque, apart from the Chrysler brand. It was a product of the new Imperial Division of Chrysler Corporation, meaning that the Imperial would be its own make and division, and not bear the Chrysler name. The “FirePower” V8 engine was Chrysler’s first-generation Hemi with a displacement of 331 cu in and developing 250 brake horsepower. Power brakes and power steering were standard, along with Chrysler’s “PowerFlite” automatic transmission.
This is a nice running and driving Imperial Sedan. It starts easily, however is a little cold blooded, great brakes and steering, older amateur paint job and presentable interior. Old paint job with some previous rust repair in the lower questers and fenders. Options including Power windows and seats and wire wheels. Radio and windows working, as well as heater.
Recently serviced in last 50 miles: