March 6, 2020
Came across an old SD card in what I thought was an empty camera bag I was about to give away, and on it was this photo from 2008 of a 1951 Chrysler Imperial Newport which I saw in an Irving used car lot. Back in ’51 the Imperial was still part of the Chrysler lineup, where it would remain until MY 1955 when it became a separate nameplate. The Windsor was the pillarless hardtop in the Chrysler lineup, which they told us had “…a stylish, well-bred look that [was] so unmistakably Chrysler… created especially for those who want open car freedom, with the safety of a steel top, and protection from the sun and wind.” For the record, Chrysler did offer an Imperial convertible (below) for those who threw caution to the wind. And the sun.
Jim Corbran, RRofWNY
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