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1955 Chrysler Imperial Prototype information
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1955 Chrysler Imperial Prototype1955 Chrysler Imperial Prototype1955 Chrysler Imperial Prototype1955 Chrysler Imperial Prototype1955 Chrysler Imperial Prototype1955 Chrysler Imperial Prototype
1955 Chrysler Imperial Prototype1955 Chrysler Imperial Prototype1955 Chrysler Imperial Prototype1955 Chrysler Imperial Prototype1955 Chrysler Imperial Prototype1955 Chrysler Imperial Prototype
1955 Chrysler Imperial Prototype1955 Chrysler Imperial Prototype1955 Chrysler Imperial Prototype1955 Chrysler Imperial Prototype1955 Chrysler Imperial Prototype1955 Chrysler Imperial Prototype
1955 Chrysler Imperial Prototype1955 Chrysler Imperial Prototype1955 Chrysler Imperial Prototype1955 Chrysler Imperial Prototype1955 Chrysler Imperial Prototype1955 Chrysler Imperial Prototype
1955 Chrysler Imperial Prototype1955 Chrysler Imperial Prototype1955 Chrysler Imperial Prototype1955 Chrysler Imperial Prototype1955 Chrysler Imperial Prototype1955 Chrysler Imperial Prototype
Convertible
 
Considered by many as the most significant postwar Chrysler Imperial, this custom made car was specially built by Chrysler Central Engineering for the Chairman of the Board, K.T. Keller as his request. Utilizing the unlimited resources of Chrysler Design and Engineering, K.T. Keller directed the entire project himself. It took just shy of one year to complete. Never has anyone of the executive stature of K.T. Keller put this amount of time into just one car. There are several unique design elements include the windshield, which features a much more severe wrap-around than stock Imperials, and a special steering-wheel watch by Ghia.