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Imperial LeBaron

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The Chrysler Corporation introduced the Imperial as a separate luxury make and division in 1955. LeBaron was designated the top of the line Imperial models from 1956 through 1975. These cars were Imperials and did not include the Chrysler nameplate. Vehicles branded "LeBaron" were the top model of the Imperial line, followed by the mid-line "Crown" and a short-lived nameless base model ("Custom" from 1960–63); with "Southampton" being a sub-designation applied to all pillarless hardtops.

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The Chrysler Corporation introduced the Imperial as a separate luxury make and division in 1955. LeBaron was designated the top of the line Imperial models from 1956 through 1975. These cars were Imperials and did not include the Chrysler nameplate. Vehicles branded "LeBaron" were the top model of the Imperial line, followed by the mid-line "Crown" and a short-lived nameless base model ("Custom" from 1960–63); with "Southampton" being a sub-designation applied to all pillarless hardtops.

 

 

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