Just posted a similar post on the online Imperial club forum, so don't beat me up for seeking out knowledge in multiple places! I just saved a 62 Imperial Lebaron from becoming an engine donor for a B body, and am finding it to be a really interesting car. I went to look at it outside at night and based on how solid and complete it was I made the deal to buy it. It is almost entirely covered in rattle can black primer, but the jambs and inner panels seemed to be light-colored originally (I figured white when I looked at it that night.) It's originally a Florida car, that made its way up to Michigan in 1992. When I got a better look during the daylight, I found that its original color appears to be Willow Green. While I've found that there's no real way to find out how many 62 Lebarons were ordered in such a strange color, I have to assume there weren't many. I know it's a long shot but I figured I would ask anyway if anyone knows (or knows how to find out) how many there were in Willow green, or since it's such an odd color if anyone knows the car. Still haven't decided what to do with it, since I impulse bought it in an attempt to save a solid car from a donor/derby fate, but want to learn a bit more about it regardless. I'm no stranger to c bodies and Imperials in particular, but this is my first 62 Lebaron, and I'm intrigued by the strange color. Thanks!