1958 Imperial Crown Series Vehicle Profile

1958 Imperial Crown Series1958 Imperial Crown Series1958 Imperial Crown Series1958 Imperial Crown Series1958 Imperial Crown Series1958 Imperial Crown Series
Convertible
Designer: Exner
In an effort to establish itself as a legitimate contender in the luxury class, Imperial became a stand-alone division of the Chrysler Corporation in 1955. For 1957, Imperial received an all-new exclusive platform. The 1957 through 1961 Imperials represent the epitome of Virgil Exner's 'Forward Look-styling. Any Imperial convertible from this era is a rare sight, as annual production angled from a high of only 1,167 (1957) to a mere 429 (1961). Tailfins went from large to larger, with the 1961 being the last Imperial to display this feature. Up front, the headlamp arrangement morphed from the industry's first quad lights (1957) to controversial free-standing units (1961). A signature Exner feature was the optional simulated spare tire cover, 'Flite-Sweep Decklid.' In '57 and '58, the Imperial was powered by a 392 cubic-inch 'Hemi' VB. Beginning in 1958, it received the new 413 cubic-inch 'wedge' V8.

Chassis#

No auction information available for this vehicle at this time.

Analysis

Chassis number Auction Sales History

2017 1
2015 1
2014 2
2011 2

YearAvg. SaleHigh Sale# of Sales
2017$65,000$65,0001
2015$32,000$32,0001
2014$26,275$27,2502
2011$53,534$87,5682

Recent Sales

(Data based on Model Year 1958 sales)
1958 IMPERIAL CROWN
Sold for $65,000
  2017 Leake Auction - Dallas
 
1958 Imperial Crown Hardtop
Sold for $32,000
  2015 Mecum - Rogers'Classic Car Museum 2015
 
1958 Imperial Crown Convertible
Sold for $25,300
  2014 Auctions America - Auburn Fall
 
1958 Imperial Crown Convertible
Sold for $27,250
  2014 Auctions America - Auburn Spring
 
1958 Imperial Crown South Hampton
Chassis#: LY11354
Sold for $19,500
  2011 Silver Auction - Carson City
 
1958 Imperial Crown Convertible
Chassis#: LY16947
Sold for $87,568
  2011 Russo and Steele - Monterey Auction
 

No Sale

1958 Imperial Crown Series's that have appeared at auction but did not sell.
VehicleChassisEventHigh BidEst. LowEst. High
1958 Imperial Crown ConvertibleLY169472017 Russo & Steele : Scottsdale Az   
1958 Imperial Crown Convertible 2016 Auctions America : Santa Monica$57,500  
1958 Imperial Crown ConvertibleLY136312014 RM Auctions Automobiles of Arizona$95,000  

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