For Sale 1966 Imperial Crown convertible

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patrick66

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Ok, kids, I'm selling my beautiful Imperial! This is a relatively low optioned car (no Twilight Sentinel, Auto-Pilot or tilt/tele). 440 auto, of course. Power windows work, two are slow. AM/FM. Gobs of new over eight years on this car. Daffodil Yellow, black interior, white top. Titled in my name. I've done several car runs in this from 175 to 335 miles without missing a beat. Not museum perfect, but not garbage. She gets the looks everywhere she goes. Always garaged unless I'm driving it. 28k miles showing, actual mileage unknown.

$25K is the price. Not interested in trades, unless you have a nice Lil Red Express needing a home...If you've been looking for a nice-driving, smooth and sweet Imperial convertible, this is that car. Located in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.

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Beautiful car, but parking it in front of that Connie is a mistake! I'd rather look at the plane, sorry.
 
Beautiful car, but parking it in front of that Connie is a mistake! I'd rather look at the plane, sorry
Congrats for knowing what the airplane is! I was at Tinker in 1984 when the airplane arrived from Pima, Arizona. Those big Wright radials make the most beautiful sound ever!
 
Congrats for knowing what the airplane is! I was at Tinker in 1984 when the airplane arrived from Pima, Arizona. Those big Wright radials make the most beautiful sound ever!
Yes they do! I was at the Chino Air Museum with a buddy when they pushed their Connie out and fired it up. I hate to say it, but we were almost having orgasms!! Watched it taxi out and take off.

Right before that they rolled out their very rare P-51A. Yes, an A!! Fired that one up and flew away too! Wonderful day!

Home Page | Planes of Fame Air Museum
 
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