The Imperial nameplate was used by Chrysler over nearly seven decades to denote their top-of-the-line offering. Competing in the full-size luxury car segment, there have been many iterations of the Imperial, right up until 1993, when the nameplate was retired. Between 1955 and 1983, Imperial was indeed spun off as a separate sub-brand of Chrysler. A revival was mooted in 2006 but never materialized as a production variant. You rarely see an Imperial come up for sale, which is why you should act fast and grab this 1967 Chrysler Imperial Crown if it strikes your fancy. This car is said to have received a recent tune-up to keep it running like clockwork.
From its first appearance in 1926, the Imperial nameplate for Chrysler signified the top-of-the-range model in the automaker's line-up. In fact, the Imperial became a separate brand in 1955, where it remained until 1983. A short resurrection of the tag was seen in 1990 for just three years, and a concept was mooted in 2006 but never came to fruition. It's no surprise, then, that many don't know about the Chrysler Imperial. Why don't you join a relatively exclusive club and buy this 1965 Chrysler Imperial LeBaron Sedan from us?