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Going to LOVE this one too. Hope Big Red ain't Jealous!
Hard to get all three together in real space and time...except on the computer.
Hoping to get her home ASAP...transport always has issues finding a carrier for loading a long Imperial...takes longer...
But, they always come thru eventually.
Just a little video to enhance the senses.
Where on earth did you find a luxurious beauty like this? It is mostly original, right?
Can't help but notice (and giggle) at the 8-track tape port. You just got to find some tapes of the era to play in the car!
Now you have made me HAVE TO buy an Imperial to add to my Newport and Fury.
I always keep my eyes open for nice Imperials...several forum members have some nice ones.
I have to say that 72-73 Imperials are my favorites...But, '73 Ny'ers, 73 Newports and '73 Furys catch my attention every time I see them.
I can't help but feel I've seen this car before but can't remember where. I'm saying this primarily because of the wheels, which go extremely well with the car. We can infer from this that the previous owner embodies a seldom observed level of refinement.
You don't have to look too far to find the fabulous previous owner.
It's very stately and elegant. Judging from its condition, this car's previous owner loved it and must have been sad to see it go. It even has its original door edge guards. Quite a find! It doesn't get better than this.
Yes, the previous owner took great care of it and I know he trusts me to take great care of it! It's absolutely GORGEOUS! I added a couple new pics today to this garage page...plan on more picks tomorrow when I move it to the other storage unit next door so it's easier to get out...it's a very long car. But, ironically it feels smaller than Big Red. I can't figure out why...
Gorgeous, Doc. Congratulations and enjoy! I like that it doesn't have a sunroof. Maybe you could keep the single exhaust for a while just to confuse your neighbors even more......(?)
It has a nice sweet rumble now...where Big Red has a dual glass pack growl.
Sweet car. That is the perfect aftermarket wheel for that car. Nice choice.
Oh, I definitely agree, just had to poke at the Doc.
Kudos to the previous owner...he took great care of it. I hope to carry the torch/baton going forward and keep her in great condition with the typical maintenance things that come up, etc...(I was thinking dual exhaust maybe first) while having fun driving it.