The '60s were a great time for the Chrysler Corporation, offering
models for virtually every customer's need or budget - economy,
luxury or performance. The absolute top-of-the-line model was the
Chrysler Imperial, pure luxury. This 1964 Chrysler Imperial
convertible is a fully restored (2012) example of this classic. It
is absolutely stunning and essentially original in every way. The
current owner has had this Imperial for over 12 years and the
mileage shown (<50k) could very well be actual, but we do not
have specific documentation. The Imperial's exterior was
professionally refinished in 2-stage Formal Black and is in
outstanding condition. All exterior chrome/stainless is excellent
as is the white power convertible top. Steel wheels with stunning
factory wheel covers mount 15" Kumho white-wall radials. The fully
restored black leather interior is virtually showroom. Some of the
many features of the Chrysler Imperial include air conditioning,
power seats, power tinted windows, 'Auto-Pilot' cruise, power trunk
release, tilt wheel and power locks. A Sony 10-Disc sound system
w/power antenna has also been installed. Horsepower is furnished by
one of Chrysler's flagship 'RB motors' - the venerable 413ci Wedge.
The owner states the engine was completely rebuilt. It is fitted
with a single 4V carburetor and factory output was rated at 340hp
with massive 470 lb/ft of torque. The ignition system of the
Imperial has been totally converted to an electronic format with
new distributor/components. It is backed by a 3-speed TorqueFlite
automatic transmission with push-button shift. The chassis is
equipped with power steering, power drum brakes (new) and torsion
bar front suspension. Study the photos of this bona fide classic
MOPAR - this rare Chrysler Imperial is certainly impressive. ALL
VEHICLES SOLD "AS IS"
1964 Chrysler Imperial
Location:Concord, North Carolina
Exterior Color:Black with White Top
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