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For sale on Craigslist:  1966 Chrysler Crown Imperial Coupe in Hopkins, SC  -  $18,500  -  Contact Matt Wilhoit:  8o3-33l-149l

 

Link:  https://columbia.craigslist.org/cto/d/hopkins-1966-chrysler-crown-imperial/7198447486.html

 

On 10/12, Seller listed a Buy-It-Now auction on Ebay for $16,500 OBO  https://www.ebay.com/itm/1966-Chrysler-Imperial/174476501153?hash=item289f9c20a1

 

Seller's Description:

1966 Chrysler Crown Imperial Coupe

  • condition: excellent
  • odometer: 74000

1966 Crown Imperial Coupe 2 door ALL ORIGINAL has power windows, power brakes, power bucket seats, Front and Rear AC, Heat, 440ci Engine and Automatic Transmission. Excellent condition. Runs and drives great with no issues. Good tires and brakes. No disappointments this is a very nice car ready to drive. Contact Matt Wilhoit: 8o3-33l-149l

 

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arguably the GM and Ford...offerings were much better styled

 

Imperials were the only mid-60's Chryslers that I liked. The other Chryslers of the era, as Jake implied, just didn't have the styling magic that a lot of American cars from the 50's and 60's had. I think they were well built and durable - I used to see them as non-collectible drivers up until the '90's or even the very early 2000's. But whenever I saw a non-Imperial full size 60's Chrysler coming my way, I always used to say, "Oh no...not another one of those."

 

I've grown to like them now, but I really love the Imperials of this era. Much better than the floating headlight styling that preceded it.

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16 hours ago, JamesR said:

 

Imperials were the only mid-60's Chryslers that I liked. The other Chryslers of the era, as Jake implied, just didn't have the styling magic that a lot of American cars from the 50's and 60's had. I think they were well built and durable - I used to see them as non-collectible drivers up until the '90's or even the very early 2000's. But whenever I saw a non-Imperial full size 60's Chrysler coming my way, I always used to say, "Oh no...not another one of those."

 

I've grown to like them now, but I really love the Imperials of this era. Much better than the floating headlight styling that preceded it.

Yes I have done my research on the 64-75 Imperials and love them, but they have to be purchased "right."  I always thought I liked the 64's best, but the 65-66's with that headlight treatment with the cover, I now prefer.  Looked at a 65 Coupe about 12 years ago, restored, but still had Gremlins.  Complicated cars for sure, lots of factory hand work went into them.  I never thought Chrysler was all on board with the Imperials, to compete with Cadillac and Lincoln.   

 

I would prefer a 65-66 LeBaron in a nice dark color with similar interior.  Not a fan of white or yellow.  Low mileage, meaning below 80,000.  I would pay $8500 for one, and expect a bunch of Gremlins even if I purchased with most everything working.  But every seller wants $15,000 to $20,000.  

 

With the number of good Cadillacs, Buicks, interesting Lincolns, Oldsmobile 98's, and even the Toronado in 1966, not sure I want to pay a premium. 

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  • 6T-FinSeeker changed the title to For Sale: 1966 Chrysler Crown Imperial Coupe - "All original" - Hopkins, SC - Not Mine - 10/12 Price Reduction
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