SOLD 1967 Imperial convertible project.

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detmatt

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$4,000 or make me an offer. I really don’t have room to keep this one and soon it is going to be counterproductive and I’m going to have to move it outside somewhere.
 

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The purchase of this car also comes with post sale support. I will gladly provide any tech support that I can and if it is found that there are missing parts that I do have in my inventory but did not come with the car I will provide them free of charge + shipping.
Also included is a factory service manual and the owners manual in its factory bi fold.
 

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I guess the rarest things on that car would be the convertible top components, unless they were the same on most Chryslers? I remember the first time I drove mine in the country on a beautiful Spring day in Sonoma County after I had fixed all the issues mine had and what a wonderful experience it was with the top down. She just purred. I always remember that. Also, I told the new buyer over and over "remember, they only made 577 of these, be careful with it and don't go cutting holes everywhere for a new stereo!"

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The top frame itself is the same as a non Imp C-body as is all the side glass, etc..
 
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