1967 Chrysler Imperial
The 1967 Imperial recieved extensive restyling. Turn signals now graced the leading edge of the front fenders.
"Imperial" was spelled out in block letters in the center of the grille.
Full height bumber end caps filled the trailing edge of the rear fenders. Tailliights resided behind thin horizontal brightwork.
The convertible was only available in the base "Imperial" series.
Power steering, brakes and widows were standard equipment, as was a 440 c.i.d 350hp V8 engine and Torqueflite automatic transmission.
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