Although there was little externally to distinguish the 1966 Imperial from its Chrysler sibling the Imperial line's existence made it easy for a customer to walk in and with little fuss order the top of the line. Imperials came fully equipped in even basic form, with power steering, power brakes, power windows and a wealth of accessories and assists. Power was provided by the biggest engine in Chrysler's arsenal, the 440 cubic inch V-8 with 350 horsepower. Imperial supplied only 514 Imperial Crown convertibles in 1966 and, like this example, they were opulent, luxurious and powerful. This 1966 Imperial Crown convertible is especially attractive in metallic Dark Green with matching leather upholstery and a white vinyl top. In addition to the Imperial's array of standard features it has air conditioning, individual front seats, full wheel covers and narrow whitewall radial tires. The odometer shows just over 80,000 miles and may well be original in respect of the Imperial's overall originality and excellent level of preservation. Body panels fit flush with even gaps and show no signs of damage. There is expected wear to the upholstery, but it is sound and highly presentable. Chrome and stainless bright trim are in good condition. A rare, luxurious, comfortable prestige convertible, this unusually original and well-preserved 1966 Imperial Crown convertible is an unusual and rare fine.