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Good for you Doc, still plenty of imperials to play with. All the best to you and My65cuda.
They should arrive on Thursday. Can't wait to get them here and check them out! The weather will be nice the next few days, perfect driving weather
I have plenty of Imperials and plenty of time to remove those bumperettes per usual.Dont worry I'm social distancing from people when I'm out at Shawshank. There actually hasn't been a soul out here for weeks. Just the Imperials, 3 pups and me.
Whoever gets Iggy will be getting a very well sorted, Chrysler dealer serviced, very original car. I've had a few Imp's. This car is head and shoulders above 90% of them left. You couldn't restore one to this condition for less than $40k
Got they call, they'll arrive at 830am tomorrow! Pictures to follow
I'm not worried, I'm in Christchurch lol. I wish you and your dental colleagues well and hope you'll soon be back at work with plenty of protective equipment.
This will be me in a month or so at work.
Are there any threads on the history prior to doc on these? Iggy and old red?
There should be, I recall Iggy was purchased from a Canadian forum member and old red from the states. The benefits you have are that the cars are mechanically, electrically, and structurally sound though "may" require cosmetic attention. Doc didn't buy rubbish cars requiring expensive restoration.
I stand to be corrected but I believe one of the major (potential) rust areas is beneath the vinyl roof, the "plug" surrounding the rear window to reduce the glass size, and the sail and dutchman (panel between rear of trunk and window) panels. Good luck and happy motoring with these beautiful cars, I loved 'Lee" Doc's white 73, and know you'll love Iggy and old red too.
Iggy was owned by @mopar E (I think)
Ol' Red was owned by @78Brougham
There are threads on the cars somewhere on the forum.
Sorry. I thought you saw the threads for each one. Here's Iggy's thread.
Miss big girl "IGGY" has landed: (a 4dr '73 Imperial LeBaron).
Can't forget Old Red's thread as well.
Don't DREAD the THREAD when "OLD RED" joins the "BIG RED" HOMESTEAD
I have been a little lazy not getting the two newest ones...Hazel Anne and Honey their own threads.
Kenny sent me a very nice email about Old Red prior to me deep in my laptop about the history of Old Red...I can forward it to you if you want. MoparE and I had also numerous emails about Iggy when I was inquiring about her history. I think we discussed more about Iggy on the phone.
Be glad to chat about big "Iggy" if the new owner wishes. There's a post on FB showing the 2 Imp's on a trailer heading to new owner!
@My65cuda I saw the videos you posted on Facebook after the detailing guys were finished.
If possible you should post them on this board for the many here without Facebook as the result is breathtaking. And I bet in real life that paint pops even more. First thing I did was going on Google and looking for a buffing machine
For Sale - Not Mine 69 Imperial
Did it myself right here
Christ!! Camera angle is everything.That,s not a car it,s a barge or an ice breaker.Look how wide it is.That grille just makes it look evil,kinda.I love it,love it,love it,love it.Wish i could locate one.Congrats.B.B
Posted on FB here´s the link
Date 05/03/2020 in Manchester, NJ asking 1.200$
rare 2 dr bucket seat car has 42k original miles - 440 motor. lots of work was done to car and was like new when parked but has been sitting out side for 15 yrs and has gone to chit. good project or for hard to find parts like a $350 re - cored radiator. don't offer me junk price. I can sell some parts and junk it myself. don't ask if its available if you see it on its available
1972 Imperial (Chrysler) - cars & trucks - by owner - vehicle...
1972 Chrysler Imperial great condition
- Original Paint
- 70,000 original miles
- 440ci V-8
- Original interior
If interested please email any questions