Great looking car; 60 is my favorite year for Imperial. Can't remember the last time I saw one of these for sale. Looks incredibly sollid, though there are a couple areas of rot and some patched areas. Not sure about that price, and there's a reserve which means the seller has a price higher than $30k in mind. Seems a tad high to me due to the work (albiet, relatively minor) needed, but then again it could be years before another pops up on the market.
Posted 2019-06-06 8:20 AM (#583005 - in reply to #582998) Subject: RE: 60 Imperial Convertible; Starting bid $30k
Location: North Australia
60 Imperial is my favorite too. This car has some nice options, and looks to be in good condition, looks like the battery exploded?. This could be Lee Marvin's old car, it was for sale years ago, but I haven't seen or heard of it for ages. Mike M. also had one, but I don't think this is the car?
There was one restored conv for sale here in South Australia recently, but it is either off the market or sold now. The price was over $200k if I remember correctly.
Posted 2019-06-06 10:49 AM (#583022 - in reply to #582998) Subject: Re: 60 Imperial Convertible; Starting bid $30k
This is the car I had. Triple white car from what I recall. I had this for a VERY short period of time. Pulled it out of a basement near south bend, IN. Was a very complete and solid car. You won't find a better car to start with to restore. We did crank it when we had it. As mentioned, gas tank was bad, I bought a new one that went with the car.