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  1. Repairs, Maintenance, Help
    Well I let the Imperial sit for 2 months or so without starting it. Bad idea. Ive always had to pedal her a bit to get it to start but this time she started, high idled like normal but then choked out. I hooked up 12v, then proceeded to restart while pedaling it to keep it alive. Every time I...
  2. All other classic cars
    Been shopping for an Imperial in the '69-'75 range. They are pretty scarce! So I've been browsing '76-'78 New Yorker Broughams. There's way more choice in those. They have the Imperial body and style, although I know some things were thrifted out, like rear disk brakes. And those cars get...
  3. Photo and Video Lab
    Jay Leno shows off his 1934 Chrysler Airflow. It is one of only 3 left in the world. Pretty revolutionary car.
  4. EEK! - Every Extended-K Car
    Hey guys new poster here, so recently I purchased a 91 Chrysler imperial from a lady who said it needed a new BCM since the digital speedometer is showing but doesnt display fuel, oil pressure, voltage etc. So its basically an outline. I did lots of research and saw other who said their car had...
  5. Repairs, Maintenance, Help
    Does anyone know about what McGard tubular wrench key is used for locking wire spoke hubcaps used on 1992 Chrysler New Yorker Fifth Ave. or Imperial? I think the key is color coded by a label on the wrench. It has a special nut configuration to adapt to the nut holding the hubcap on, to...
  6. Projects, Mods, Restoration
    Is this from an Imperial? If so what year? Does anyone want to make an offer to buy?
  7. Mopar / Stellantis News
    Since 1998, Allpar has provided new features every week. This is a sneak peek of two features scheduled to appear on Monday: What happened to the 2006 Imperial? — unveiled at the Detroit auto show, this longer-wheelbase version of the Chrysler 300C boasted a radically different approach to...
  8. EEK! - Every Extended-K Car
    Hey guys! New to this particular forum. Normally have only had much older cars ('57 Plymouth, '63 Dart, Comets, and now a '59 Edsel), but have gotten into K-Cars recently, more specifically, the stretched ones..'90-'93 Imperials. So I found a '93 Imperial (the last of em!) and a buddy is...
  9. EEK! - Every Extended-K Car
    Note: I'm using my '92 as the example for this, but the big thing is to use a dash that matches the year of your car. Step one is to get the wiring diagrams. The one for my car is here:
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