Motorcar Studio is pleased to offer this 1964 Imperial Crown
four-door hardtop. Chrysler's top-of-the-line offering was built to
compete with Lincoln and Cadillac; a darling of the automotive
press, this luxury cruiser is as quiet, smooth and comfortable
today as it was 50 years ago. Highly optioned with power brakes,
power steering, power windows, power locks, power seat, push-button
automatic transmission, cruise control and air conditioning.
This example is an honest and original car and the mileage, at just over 39,000, is believed to be original. Finished in black over a light blue interior, it's a timeless color combination that still presents well. Panels are straight with good gaps; trim, bumpers, chrome, grille, etc. are in excellent original condition.
Interior is completely original; excellent dash, headliner, door panels and carpet - minor patina on driver's seat but otherwise very nice upholstery. Modern stereo hidden in glove box, but aside from that the car is original and unmolested in every way.
Under the hood is a 413 cubic inch V8 with recently rebuilt four-barrel carb and upgraded electronic ignition. The drivetrain is bone stock and running exceptionally well. Thousands in recent service, including tires, brakes, shocks, tune-up, battery, water pump and radiator.
A supremely comfortable example that offers a ton of mid-century style at an approachable price point. For more information on this 1964 Chrysler Imperial for sale at Motorcar Studio in Atlanta, please call 404-692-5250.
The Pick of the Day was shown on the grass during the most-recent edition of the iconic California event
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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.
Car finished sixth at Monaco in 1932 and later was owned by each of the racing Trintignant brothers