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This gorgeous example of an '83 Imperial, crystal beige with two tone beige and brown leather interior, was formerly owned by Ron Graham, who submitted the pictures shown above.
Ron described the car in 2003 as follows: "It runs far better than when it rolled out of its Windsor, Ontario factory in April, 1983. It was one of the very last ones produced of this body-style.
Three years ago I had a new remanufactured 318 installed. It has 7,000 miles on this engine. The car itself has under 130,000 miles. Ten years ago the engine was carbureted. Over the years, many, many thousands of dollars have been spent on this beauty and thus the mechanics in this car are top-notch and it drives smoothly, without a hitch, and it can confidently and dependably be driven anywhere.
Among the many systems worked on and improved is the A/C which has been brought into the 21st century with environmentally friendly refrigerant. As the original freon disappears from the market, this car will be pumping out plenty of cold air.
Out of personal taste, I’ve equipped the car with custom wheels (w/Michelin tires). The original snowflake wheels also come with the car as does the original radio/cassette. I’ve had installed a Clarion CD player with Boston speakers.
If you’re looking for a near flawless example of Chrysler’s classic coach of the 80’s, you’re reading about it now. This car is smooth-riding, dependable, and gorgeous."