An experience you will remember! Reserve our fully restored 1948 Chrysler Limousine. Its ideal for weddings, proms, family reunions, and a special night on the town. This Special Occasions Limousine comes with your very own Chauffeured driver. The purpose of this blog is to help equip you in making your decision to reserve this Special Occasions Limousine.
In 1946 the Imperial line was simplified. Between 1946 and 1948, it was called the Crown Imperial. Two body styles were produced, an eight passenger four-door sedan and an eight-passenger four-door limousine. The two vehicles had a US$100 price difference and a 10 lb (5 kg) weight difference. Hydraulic telescopic shock absorbers were in the front and rear.Two-speed electric windshield wipers were standard
The wheelbase of all reached the classic dimension of 145.5 inches, assuring comfortable accommodations in the rear compartment. This was 6 inches longer than the standard seven passenger Chrysler Royals and Windsors and 9.5 inches longer than the equivalent Cadillac. Powered by the venerable 135 horsepower 323 cubic inch flathead straight eight and weighing almost 5300 pounds, their forward progress might best be described as stately. In subsequent postwar years, Chrysler would cede the major share of this market to GM, but not before building a small number of memorable cars in the 1950’s and later in partnership with Ghia. You will find more interesting Imperial history at the Online Imperial Club. Chrysler photos courtesy of Alden Jewell.
I hope you have enjoyed a glimpse inside this marvelous Special Occasions Limousine. Its not often that you can relive history in this way. Enjoy this Asheville Limousine for any special event. This 1948 fully restored 1948 Chrysler Limousine comes with a professional chauffered driver. Please feel free to reach out to us with your questions. Special Occasions Limousine looks forward to serving you on your next Ashevile night on the town.