Imperial offered the convertible body style only in the luxury Crown model which included a six-way power seat, vanity mirror and outside rear view mirror as standard in addition to the Imperial Custom's full array of power assists and conveniences such as automatic transmission, power steering, power brakes, dual exhausts for the big 350 horsepower 413 Wedge V-8, undercoating, clock and windshield washer. 1960 continued the free-standing, chrome enclosed headlights tucked under the fender peaks, and the gun sight taillights that were an Imperial trademark. The dashboard and instruments on 1960 Imperials were a design delight and plainly visible above the flattened steering wheel while the lower flattened segment made room for the driver's thighs. This 1960 Imperial Crown Convertible is a remarkably good high original example in Ivory white with red leather upholstery, a white vinyl top and red boot cover. It is loaded with accessories including radial whitewall tires, power windows and a power seat. The paint, leather and bright work are sharp while the engine compartment is highly detailed. It is one of only 618 built in 1960, a rare and very special convertible from the Imperial line of high quality, comprehensively equipped automobiles.