For Sale 1967 Imperial Crown Sedan...

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    Beautiful 67 Crown Sedan for sale.
    59,000 original miles. 440-4 barrel.
    Automatic transmission, Power Steering and Brakes, Power Windows, 6 Way Power Bench Seat, Power Antenna, Tinted Windows (all windows), Rear Defroster, Factory Door Edge Guards, A.M. radio with Front and Rear Speakers, 2.94 Sure Grip Rear End
    New Parts:
    Michelin White Walls.
    Battery, Alternator, Voltage Regulator.
    Upper Ball Joints.
    Front Pads and Rotors.
    Rear Shoes, Wheel Cylinders and Drums.
    All Belts, Rad Hoses, Thermostat, and Antifreeze.
    Lube, Oil and Filter Change Just Done.
    Air Filter, Fuel Filter and P.C.V. Valve.
    Power Steering Hoses.
    All Fuel, Vacuum, and Heater Hoses.
    Wiper Blades.
    The paint, interior and all stainless look terrific, no rust anywhere.
    This car starts up every time, rides very smoothly and quietly

    What is wrong with the car you ask???
    Rear Passenger Window: does not go down, motor works but I can't figure out why it wont go up or down.
    Rear Bumper: Chrome was bad in a few places and was sprayed over with "Chrome in a Can", by previous owner... It looks ok though.
    The "white piping"...I think that's what you call it, around each window frame is deteriorating and would eventually need to be replaced.
    The "seek" feature on the radio does not work, nor does it work via the floor switch.

    $10,800 Canadian Dollars.
    I am located in the Hamilton Region of Ontario, Canada.
    This is about 1 hour from the Buffalo border, or about 4 hours from the Detroit border.
    Brad.
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    that is super clean...gorgeous car. The window rollers may just be stuck...some pb blaster would probably do wonders.
     
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    My first time selling a car on this site...
    I forgot to add that it also has Tilt and Telescopic Steering Wheel and a Remote Drivers Outside Mirror.
    The steering wheel does have a few cracks in it and the hood insulation pad has a section about 2 feet in diameter that is missing.
    I realize the engine is painted the incorrect color but the previous owner had painted it blue.
    I have added a few more pictures.
    Brad.

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    No AC...Canadian car alright.
     
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    @Cadee
    Could you school this Imperial newbie? Are those seats stock? :thankyou:
     
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    So did you replace the panel Dimmer with a headlight switch that has a dimmer built-in?
    I have some decent used chrome rear bumpers for this car for the next owner.
    Really nice, good luck finding a new home for it.:thumbsup:
     
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    @Cadee
    Could you school this Imperial newbie? Are those seats stock? :thankyou:[/QUOTE]
    They look to be the stock seat pattern for the Imperial sedan. The sedans were the "entry level" imperials in 67 and did not come with leather seats
     
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    Unless there are some scary problems lurking within the undercarriage, this is a great find. Very elegant in grey with white/black interior, which seems to be stock/original. Engine color might not QUITE be correct, but isn't way off base either. Stance seems to be where it should, which means suspension probably isn't worn out. Probably needs some minor things, but most of them do. Windlacing (around the door frames, is easy to find. Good luck finding a new home for it, I'd post it on the Imperial Mailing List/Online Imperial Club also.
     
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    The interior is original from what I can tell, it is in excellent shape, no rips, tares or stains. The black part is cloth and the white is vinyl. the white vinyl areas have the Imperial "Eagle" embossed at each corner of the front and back seat.
    As for the headlight dimmer switch, the previous owner must have changed it. From what I can tell he used a later model "pull out" type switch...it does work correctly though. I don't know why he took out the "dimmer switch", which is to the right of the replaced headlight switch, the current headlight switch does work to dim the dash lights though.
    I've driven it 1,000 miles this summer and it tracks straight and true, no creaks or groans when going over bumps, it rides like a couch on wheels!
    I will list it on the Imperial Online Club as well, thank you for the advise. I just hope it goes to a good home.
    Brad.
     
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    Technically it is merely an "Imperial Sedan," as all Crowns/LeBarons were hardtops in '67. I would include some undercarriage photos. Good luck with it!
     
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