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1990 Chrysler Imperial 4 Dr STD SedanReview
Heidi writes:
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A Beautiful Gem — I adore everything about this car... the power seats, memory seats, you can select your temperature in this car, you know how many miles left to drive this computer tells you everything. It's very comfy and so stylish gets a lot of attention.

Primary Use: Family transportation

Pros: How comfy and stylish she is

Cons: Nothing

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1990 Chrysler ImperialReview
Greg writes:

Big As Whale And About To Set Sail. —

In 2003, I finally ended up with a little more money than sense. I started looking around at what was available and came to the conclusion that I could literally not get any more car for the money, than if I got an Imperial. I acquired my Imperial in 2003. I did not and may not ever have the money to buy a decent muscle car, but the big luxury cars of the fifties and the sixties were often the origins for the engines that would get tweaked and tuned for muscle car duty. All 1964 Imperials had a 413 4-barrel engine, standard. In 1966, the 413’s bore was increased to become the legendary 440. The Imperial will not turn in 0-60 times like a Road Runner or Charger, weighing in at close to two and a half tons, but I still get to listen to the big block rumble. I just have to open the windows, because Imperials were all about making sure the occupants were undisturbed in the elegantly appointed interior. Once behind the wheel of the Crown Coupe, who would care about getting anywhere faster. This car makes you feel that this is where you want to be. I found this one with 78,000 miles on it. It has air conditioning, an AM/FM radio, tilt steering column, Auto Pilot (cruise control), leather, and my favorite, the push-button Torqueflite automatic transmission. Imperials had many power features standard: steering, brakes, and windows. This one included optional power locks, seats, antenna, and trunk release. The Imperial Crown Coupe, with a LeBaron type rear window, was new for 1964. Imperial offered no less than 776 color and trim combinations among its four cars in 1964; every Imperial could have been unique. This Imperial has not required much work. It had been repainted and the bumpers rechromed before I bought it.I had to repair some transmission fluid leaks and rebuild the Sure Grip differential and replace some missing and worn trim pieces. The first Summer I had the car I cruised 700 miles around Northern Minnesota and had a great time. Many people thought it was a Lincoln or a Cadillac . It definitely has the presence of a luxury car. I can forgive people for mistaking it for a Lincoln. The Imperial was the first Mopar marque to be completely restyled by Elwood Engel, who had previously worked for Ford and had been involved in the designing of the 1961 Lincoln.

Pros: Smooth with extra ooooo's, Simple but elegant style.

Cons: You get to know the names of all the employees at the gas stations.

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1990 Chrysler Imperial 4 Dr STD SedanReview
Patrick writes:

Cheap Luxury Cruiser — For a K car it still has a lot of luxury options for a low cost. Performance is what you would expect from a family sedan. could use more power but they coaxed a lot from the venerable 3.3 liter V6.

Primary Use: Commuting to work

Pros: nice options

Cons: Still a K car, rust along floor boards

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1990 Chrysler Imperial 4 Dr STD SedanReview
Daniel writes:

Its A Good Car If You Can Get One Cheap And It Good Shape, Like I Did — Its a pappy car thats all there is to it... Performane Mediocre. Build Quality there is a song named after it, "Shake, rattle, and roll".. Appearance Classic Buick... High cost, things break when the car is old enough to drive... Fun Factor, has as much fun factor as taking the Bus...

Primary Use: Utility (towing boats, transporting cargo, etc.)

Pros: Awesome interior, digital dash that works, rear disc brakes standard

Cons: Poor gas milage

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1993 Chrysler Imperial Reviews

Great Driver's Car By kpopkeys

I love this car. It is large and fancy. So far it has performed flawlessly for my dad and now for me. I am currently using this car as a daily driver, but am maintaining it very well. Great cruise... Read More

I Have Enjoyed Owning This Car, And Will Hopefully Continue To Do So For A Long Time! By Pierre

It's not a sports car. The ride is VERY smooth. I wish I had the money to get the exterior redone. Some of the trim is starting to break. It's still on the car, but I need to get it fixed. I have... Read More

1992 Chrysler Imperial Reviews

I Own 2 And Will Till I Am Dead By ImpK

Gorgeous american luxury car. Great ride, very quiet, and all the power features you could ask for even today. Trouble free, haven't spent a dime to repair. If you enjoy a fine american luxury car y... Read More

Very Nice Car Except For The Dashboard Deforming And Popping Up. By robertmarcoccio

You never notice your dashboard until it looks bad. Then that is all you see. Read More

1991 Chrysler Imperial Reviews

Nice Car With A Different Style By Peter

Car was passed on to me by my father. I loved the styling of the front with the slat grille and the hidden headlights. Aire ride suspension provides a smooth and confortable ride. Interior has the Mar... Read More

It Was A Good Car By Todd

It is a Nice stylish Car. Plenty of Room for a Small Family or single person. The Paint & body fit are Real Good. Comfort in Seating. Con's. The Electrical has been a Problem from the first months. Sh... Read More

1954 Chrysler Imperial Reviews

Def A Collectorcar By Jessica

only so many Imperials were made in '72. It's going to look like a ridiculous murdered out Entourage mobile when I'm done with it. One day I hope to fix it up enough to put it in some cute little smal... Read More

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