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Oh and by the way,cars always matter! At least the Cbody ones!! Yaaaaaaaaayyyyyyyyyyyy!!!!!!!!! B.B
Yep, ad is still up, but he's not responding to further messages. Had a few asking to buy the whole car, including a demo derby wingnut.
No it was posted in the group >>Imperials 1955-1975<<
There have been several requests in the answer section for the whole cart. So chances are that it gets flipped and might be restored. According to the new owner it's pretty rusty
At 800 just for the seats your better of buying the whole non running car, if you can still get it for 1200.
Absolutely.I just feel,if you Imps., and have the money restore it.If i had alot of money i,d have the whole car taken apart, and fixed,rebuilt,and made new.And yes, i would drive it a little bit weekly to keep it,s legs fresh and show it off!! No grimy , sludgy gas tanks here.Hope somebody got it to restore.B.B
1973 Chrysler Imperial - cars & trucks - by owner - vehicle...
I have for sale a 1973 Chrysler Imperial. THE GOOD: She is a Sherwood Green, 4 door gem with an off white vinyl top and green interior. Power plant is a 440 with 99k miles. All power windows, seats, antenna and head lamp covers work. THE BAD: The 8 track player does not work, but the radio works. The heat and a/c blower motor doesn’t work up front, but rear does. The vinyl top needs some attention in the common areas for the Chryslers with vinyl tops(bottom right corner of rear window). I am the 3rd owner. This gem is a MUST SEE all original. She’s definitely a head turner and conversation piece. Asking price is $11,500
1972 Imperial LeBaron. 440 V8, 727 Automatic TransmissionExcellent condition with only 52,500 miles. Current weekend cruiser, floats over bumps, very comfortable to drive. Car was a barn find, sat for 42 years. Engine and Transmission freshly rebuilt, many new parts. Tires, ignition system, headlights, starter, battery, gas tank/sending unit. Car is complete. Every letter emblem, every tag, every trim piece is on the car. No rips in the seats. Power windows, power door locks, power drivers seat, power brakes, power steering, all functioning. Body lines are all straight. Very minimal surface rust on rockers and underside. More images or information upon request. Car is being driven and slowly improved even further every week.
Ive been admiring that green one for years on FB.
@DocMcNeedy do you think on the green 73 it´s V1L parchment vinyl or weathered EW1 white ?
Looks to me like my Tina Patina which has parchment.
Not a big fan of the wide whites. Or the tits.....Just sayin'
I like Tina Patina.Heh.But that avocado like green is simply lustrous.And yes i,m still livid about that 2 door black Imperial that looked like it survived Pearl Harbor.Look like the roof got strafed.B.B
I'm a fan!
Anyone have photos of the metal of the trunk floor on that green beauty or even the bottom of the doors? That car looks good to me.........