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Friends had a '56 Chrysler that was gorgeous.... dark brown with a "latte". Very tasteful combo!


You're not the only one to think so. Many folks think (and thought at the time) that the Imperial was a little fussy-looking, with too much going on. In my opinion, the Imperial front end actually looked better on the Chrysler 300, but the Chryslers and even some DeSotos were much smoother-looking designs.

They were surely nice cars, but to me, the '56 Chrysler coupe and convertible were better looking.


Chrysler themselves could never decide whether they wanted the Imperial line to be separate from Chrysler or not - it was, then it wasn't, then it was, then it wasn't again. True auto enthusiasts (like craque) know this, and no one else seems to care two cents about it. Just the way it is, I guess. The same discussion always takes place about Lincoln Continentals - sometimes they were, sometimes they weren't.

fyreline is correct this is a 1956 Imperial, also, starting in 1955 the Imperial was a separate line from the Chrysler


This is a 1956 Chrysler Imperial, not a 1955. There are minor differences in the side trim, other than that it can be very difficult to differentiate between the two. A very beautiful, powerful and elegant car - and although green is one of my favorite automotive colors, this particular shade is, in my opinion, a bit garish for such a refined car. Still very nice, and I'd love to own it.

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