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1964 Chrysler Imperial Convertible

The Imperial division of Chrysler Corporation said the 1964 Imperial was the ultimate in America's largest, finest, quietest, most distinguished luxury car.

The Imperial ... or was it a Lincoln?  It looked more like a Lincoln than an Imperial.  No doubt more than one observer did a double take upon seeing the 1964 Imperials for the first time!

There is a reason for the resemblance between the Lincoln and the Imperial.  Chrysler hired designer Elwood Engel from Ford in 1961, and he immediately saw to it that the Imperial of 1964 would bear little resemblance to previous models.

Sales shot up 65% for the Imperial in 1964, so the public surely liked what it saw.  Total production of this model was only 922 units.



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