Offered for sale is a 1971 Chrysler Imperial four door. Imperial has a 440ci V8/Automatic. Runs and drives well. The current owner has owned it for four years, in that time it has mostly been in indoor storage and the owner has come to the realization that it could easily sit there for another four years or longer before anything is done with it.
The owner had the radiator rebuilt, re-did the vinyl top and had rear brakes done a couple years ago. It’s not going to win any beauty contests but it is a neat old cruiser, you could daily drive it with a few repairs or paint it and take it to the next level.
The favorite feature of the car is the flip up headlights, which still work great. It floats nicely down the road. Currently choke is not hooked up so it starts easily with a shot of starter fluid but is hard starting without. Runs nice and smooth once it is going. Needs a new set of tires.
Front windows work, backs do not, back passenger door does not open currently. Pictures do the best job explaining cosmetic condition, if there’s a specific area you’d like more pictures of I’m happy to get them. Any questions about the car I will do my best to answer, just let me know.
Selling car AS-IS, with no warranty or returns, trying to represent the car as honestly as possible, please look through pictures/ask questions before bidding, your bid represents your understanding of and agreement to these terms. Car is located in Brewster, Ma 02631. Offered with NO RESERVE, I’m serious about finding this Imperial a new home.
Condition: Used Year: 1971
Mileage: 999,999 Sub Model: Lebaron
Make: Chrysler Number of Cylinders: 8
Engine: 440ci V8 Vehicle Title: Clear
Drive Type: RWD Fuel Type: Gasoline
Now lets have a look at this beauty and then you can place you bid here
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