1957 Chrysler Imperial crown convertible. Virgil exner's "all new forward look". To put it another way let there be tailfins! Over the top jet-age styling. Massive! The Imperial had always been Chrysler's most luxurious model. From 1955 until 1975 Chrysler treated the Imperial as its own separate make in the corporation's portfolio. This is a very rare automobile with only 1,167 examples produced. Cost when new was a staggering $5,598.00. Restored. Excellent. A previous collector owner enjoyed this special automobile for over 32 years. Numerous show wins including 2010 wpc club first place winner (walter p. Chrysler restorers club). Finished in color code correct jet black. Ivory convertible top. Black and gray interior. Powered by the famous Chrysler 392 hemi v8 which was rated at 325 horsepower. Dual exhaust. Pushbutton torqueflite automatic transmission. Loaded with lots of great options. Power top. Power windows. Power seat. Power steering. Power brakes. Power antenna. Am radio. Clock. "flite sweep" deck lid. Removable parade sun visors. Quad headlamps. Windshield washer. Heater. Tinted glass. Dual outside mirrors. Wide white wall tires. Seat belts front and rear for safety. Massive 1950's luxury at its finest. Ready to drive, show and enjoy. Call pete or andy be sure to watch the video!