, 2022-12-10 12:00:00,
When it comes to classic cars, very few cars are more distinguishable than the Chryslers of old. Always larger than life, Chrysler cars were some of the best road barges and land yachts of their time, and to top it all off, they packed plenty of power under the hood to please everyone who took a peek. The Chrysler Imperial is one such fantastic car.
Beautifully built, the Chrysler Imperial has one of the richest and oldest heritages in automotive history. The Imperial was the king of the hill when it came to Chrysler’s lineup for most of its history, a place it rightly deserved. After running for almost three decades as the Chrysler Imperial, the car became its own marque, which Chrysler simply called the Imperial. By 1961, the new Imperial was in its second generation. This was right around the time that luxury barges were being made lighter and fitted with bigger engines than ever before, and Chrysler obliged the Imperial with the market trend as well. Here are 10 things we love about the 1961 Chrysler Imperial.
10/10 The 1961 Chrysler Imperial Sat On Its Own Platform
The rebirth of the Chrysler Imperial can be marked as the year 1955 when the marque decided to give the Imperial name its own place in the market. For the first two years, however, the new Chrysler Imperial shared its platform with bigger Chrysler siblings, while still having a long wheelbase that offered unmatched rear seat space.
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