1964 Imperial LeBaron





Surname: Lassiter Majesty

Class: Sedan

Origin: US USA

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Contributor: Mark0

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US Mel

2016-10-29 02:11
I wouldn't even think about taking a beautifully elegant car like this to a demo derby. Waste of a lovely classic. Besides, it'd be too easy of a win. :P

That aside, I believe this is a 1964 Imperial LeBaron and not a Crown like it's currently listed as. The giveaway being the rear window. The Crowns were the entry-level Imperials and they had a large rear window that covered pretty much the entire backside of the greenhouse. The LeBarons, on the other hand, were the more upscale models and had a slightly smaller rear window that gave them a more formal, limousine-like appearance. The odd exception to this rule is the 2 door Crown Coupe, which has the LeBaron's rear window for whatever reason. Anyway, the Majesty clearly has the smaller window, so I'd say it looks a bit more like the LeBaron than the Crown.

Crown:
www.imperialclub.com/Yr/1964/SpottersGuide/Crown-HT-Rear.jpg

LeBaron:
www.jamesparkerphoto.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/01/1964-Imperial-Lebaron05.jpg


KP Razor440

2016-10-10 15:10
Great demolition derby car in real life.
DZ EB

2016-09-09 18:58
In-Game car name: Lassiter Majesty


CA The Wiseguy

2016-08-23 14:33
For some reason, the photo I added was removed, odd.


CA The Wiseguy

2016-08-22 22:49
I added a better picture of the car's rear.
US patridam

2015-10-02 20:13
Possibly the new Culver Empire.


UK Tuppence870

2015-08-09 23:15
chesty wrote


Listen here Jack the car year is 1964 Imperial and Chrysler were separate marques when Chrysler acquired Imperial the car was rebadged

Chrysler created the Imperial marque in 1955 and retained ownership until its demise in 1983. Before and after that period, the Imperial was a Chrysler model.
FR SolanaBogon

2015-08-09 23:01
chesty wrote


when Chrysler acquired Imperial the car was rebadged


WUUUUUUUT Chrysler never acquired Imperial they created it, they just didn't wanted to have the Chrysler brand, associated to mediocre quality I guess, attached to a luxury car, that wouldn't sell much


Xenotime

2015-08-09 20:55
Rockeroller wrote
None of you need to address any comments to me since I OWN a Chrysler Imperial. Imperial is a step up from a regular Chrysler. And the car says Chrysler across the hood. CORRECT way to name car is " Chrysler Imperial" . It is standard in naming cars to name the make then model . Chrysler is make Imperial is model.


Seriously!? I hope this guy is troll...


AE GLion

2015-08-08 20:10
Rockeroller wrote
None of you need to address any comments to me since I OWN a Chrysler Imperial. Imperial is a step up from a regular Chrysler. And the car says Chrysler across the hood. CORRECT way to name car is " Chrysler Imperial" . It is standard in naming cars to name the make then model . Chrysler is make Imperial is model.


Your comment gave me cancer, please educate yourself:
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chrysler_Imperial#1955.E2.80.931983:_A_separate_make
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Imperial_%28automobile%29

Just because you own one doesn't mean you have all the knowledge about them, and since "your" Imperial say 'Chrysler' on the hood , then it's either a pre '55 or maybe post '75 Imperial, or its just a normal Chrysler and you think it's an Imperial...........


US GroupB

2015-08-08 19:12
For 1955-75 and 1981-83, Imperial is the make. For 1990-93, Chrysler is the make.
CA Rockeroller

2015-08-08 18:42
None of you need to address any comments to me since I OWN a Chrysler Imperial. Imperial is a step up from a regular Chrysler. And the car says Chrysler across the hood. CORRECT way to name car is " Chrysler Imperial" . It is standard in naming cars to name the make then model . Chrysler is make Imperial is model.


CZ JFK

2015-08-08 14:44
Xenotime wrote

Keep in mind that cars in this game is not licensed and usually mashups of design cues from different models/years.

But front looks for sure more like 1964. Rest of the body didnt change that much, I checked it at google.

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2015-08-08 15:04:51


Xenotime

2015-08-08 09:48
JFK wrote

It cant be 1965 model - look at the mask of 1965 model: upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/c/cb/Imperial_gr%C3%B6n_i_rapsf%C3%A4lt_056-a.jpg and 1964 model: www.futureclassicsnj.com/Cars/n1964ImperialCrown_dsfrt1.jpg
1964 model have bigger split of mask, same as model in Mafia 3 ;)

Keep in mind that cars in this game is not licensed and usually mashups of design cues from different models/years.


CZ JFK

2015-08-07 19:03
Xenotime wrote
1965 Imperial Crown

It cant be 1965 model - look at the mask of 1965 model: upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/c/cb/Imperial_gr%C3%B6n_i_rapsf%C3%A4lt_056-a.jpg and 1964 model: www.futureclassicsnj.com/Cars/n1964ImperialCrown_dsfrt1.jpg
1964 model have bigger split of mask, same as model in Mafia 3 ;)


Xenotime

2015-08-07 15:48
1965 Imperial Crown


CZ JFK

2015-08-07 15:25
Mark0 wrote

I know. Just like Lincoln made Continental Mark II. Make was Continental and model was Mark II.

That comment was adressed to Rockeroller, not for you, since you know it, but thx for response :) Also I thought that Continental wasnt separate brand, so thanks for new info :)


RB Mark0

2015-08-07 14:41
JFK wrote
Chrysler MADE Imperial, before they did a separate brand called Imperial, equivalent of Lincoln or Cadillac. Imperial was made between 1955 and 1975, plus made brief comeback in 1981-1983. Owners of Imperials tend to call them Chryslers, but it is same as you call your car Ford Mercury. It is just Imperial and that is it.

I know. Just like Lincoln made Continental Mark II. Make was Continental and model was Mark II.


CZ JFK

2015-08-07 14:02
Chrysler MADE Imperial, before they did a separate brand called Imperial, equivalent of Lincoln or Cadillac. Imperial was made between 1955 and 1975, plus made brief comeback in 1981-1983. Owners of Imperials tend to call them Chryslers, but it is same as you call your car Ford Mercury. It is just Imperial and that is it.


RB Mark0

2015-08-07 13:37
It's Imperial
LeBaron www.webcarstory.com/voiture.php?id=11926
or Crown www.webcarstory.com/voiture.php?id=11924
CA Rockeroller

2015-08-07 12:54
Chrysler made Imperial. So "Chrysler Imperial" is correct nomenclature.
US patridam

2015-08-05 20:07
The same as this: www.igcd.net/vehicle.php?id=75070
US ShantJ

2015-08-05 18:06
Imperial is the manufacturer, not model.


Xenotime

2015-08-05 18:05
Not Chrysler, back then Imperial was a separate make.

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