1926 Chrysler Imperial 80 Touring
288 cid, I-6, 92 bhp

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This 2 door sport roadster is a Series-80, Chrysler’s prestige car line for the late 1920’s. Body designs in this line were the lowest and longest offered by Chrysler. The engine is the high-compression “Red Head.” Delco Remy ignition and four wheel hydraulic brakes were standard.


  • The Imperial line was introduced in 1926
  • The “80” in the name indicated this model had a “guaranteed 80 mph all-day cruising speed”
  • Positioned in the marketplace to compete with Lincoln and Cadillac