The 1999 Atlanta Imperial Meet was videotaped by Joel Yelich, of Video Salvage™. Joel did a GREAT job of videoing the meet and interviewing the owners of some of the fine cars that were there. The video clips below show how much fun everyone had at this meet! Similar events are held every year in Anniston, AL, and Chattanooga, TN, so check the Online Imperial Club Events page for one to attend!
Below are several still pictures from the 1999 Atlanta Meet. In order to play the video clips, just click any of the pictures below--click on a small picture for a small (~ 1 Meg) movie, or a large picture to view a larger, high quality clip suitable for viewing in "full-screen" mode. Left click to view the movie directly, or save to your hard drive by right-clicking and selecting "Save Target As." If you need help viewing, go to our "How To Play Imperial Movies" page. Enjoy!
|The first clip is an introduction and overview of the show. Several different cars are shown, including a 1981 Imperial.|
|.6 Meg||15.7 Meg|
|Christopher Conway describes the history and features of his 1976 Chrysler New Yorker Brougham.|
|.9 Meg||73.1 Meg|
|This section of video shows several different cars, including a 1981 Imperial and two 1976 Chrysler New Yorker Broughams.|
|.4 Meg||10.5 Meg|
|Elijah Scott leads viewers on a tour of his 1971 Imperial LeBaron.|
|.8 Meg||64.5 Meg|
|This scene presents more cars, including a 1956 Imperial, a 1964 Ghia Crown Imperial Limousine, a 1966 Imperial LeBaron, and a 1966 Imperial Crown Convertible.|
|.4 Meg||10.5 Meg|
|John Muller discusses his 1967 Imperial LeBaron, a car given to Bob Hope by Chrysler.|
|.8 Meg||19.5 Meg|
|Suddenly, it's 1966 again, as this scene offers some great shots of Chris Hawkins' 1966 Imperial Crown Convertible and 1966 Imperial LeBaron.|
|.6 Meg||15.0 Meg|
|The piece de resistance -- Cecil McCall's 1964 Ghia Crown Imperial Limousine. Cecil describes the many features of this fine automobile, including a demonstration of the yacht horn added by the original owner.|
|2.5 Meg||194.8 Meg (HUGE file, but well worth the wait)|
|A well-done custom version of a 1956 Lincoln Premiere Station Wagon.|
|1.0 Meg||23.0 Meg|
|This last clip offers a final overview and wrap-up of the show. Several cars are shown, including a 1960 Chrysler New Yorker, Chris Hawkins' 1960 Chrysler New Yorker Town & Country (under restoration at that time), Donald Taccone's 1956 Imperial, Patrick West's 1976 Chrysler New Yorker Brougham and Christopher Conway's 1978 Chrysler New Yorker Brougham, a 1979 Chrysler New Yorker Fifth Avenue Edition, and Murray Vise's 1965 Chrysler 300 L Convertible.|
|2.2 Meg||176.5 Meg|
Thanks again to Joel Yelich, of Video Salvage™ for permission to use this GREAT video!