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Re: IML: Please Welcome Keith Wenger



Welcome Keith
  good to have more NC boys I live in Gates NC, About 160 miles NE on the coast.   Would love to see pic of your car. I have pics of my 75 Coupe and my 90 on the site. I need to get the pic of my 4 Door HT sent in. Any how if you guys are ever out the the outer banks give a shout and will see if we can meet up.

--
Alan Jordan
90 IMP
75 LeBaron
75 LeBaron Crown Coupe


-------------- Original message ----------------------
From: "Steve B." <Imperial59@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
>
> New Subscriber(s): Keith Wenger
> Email Address is: hofcag@xxxxxxx
> Member Location: Durham. NC
> 
> Car(s) owned: 1958 Crown Southampton 4-door Hardtop (Spring green with green 
> interior)
> 
>  Self-Introduction: I just received this car as a gift from my significant 
> other as an early 50th birthday present.  I've long wanted to own a '57, 
> '58, or '59 Imperial (my personal favorite model years) and am delighted 
> with this one.  The fact that it was manufactured the year I was born is an 
> added plus.  I fell in love with this particular car the moment I saw it 
> because of the extraordinarily beautiful color.  Spring Green.  The car is 
> in wonderful, mostly original condition with only 27,000 miles.  Factory 
> airconditioning that works perfectly.  In fact, everything on the car works 
> as it should with the exception of the electric antenna which sometimes 
> sticks. The paint is original, factory applied and in excellent condition 
> with only a few nicks & chips here and there.  A few months ago the interior 
> was reupholstered with absolutely correct fabric and leather and the dash 
> was restored.  Gorgeous and about 95% the way it looked the day it left the 
> factory.  The car runs and handles beatifully.
> 
>  We purchased the Imperial from a collector with a large and impressive 
> collection of 1950s American cars.  The car was originally sold to a woman 
> in Corpus Christi, Texas.  Two years after purchasing the Imperial she moved 
> to Louisiana and kept the car until she died in 1988.  It was then sold to a 
> man who rarely drove it and sold it two years ago to the collector we bought 
> it from.  An oil change sticker on the door shows that the mileage in 1979 
> was 21,500.  In the past 28 years the car has been driven less than 6,000 
> miles.
> 
>  No significant repairs or restoration are needed or planned.  Presently 
> there are no seat belts and I do want to have them installed for safety 
> reasons.  I am hoping to locate appropriate seat belts soon.  If anyone 
> could give me advice on that I would appreciate it. I live in Durham, NC and 
> own/operate an art and framing gallery.  In addition to old cars, my main 
> interests are travel and photography.
> 
> 
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