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The 1981-1983 Imperial two door model was created by command of Lee Iacocca, and was derived from the second-generation Cordoba (itself created from the Diplomat in 1980) and had its own sheet metal, instrument panel, etc. A good looking car with numerous features, it was praised for its ride but very few were sold, and it left production in 1983.
The 1981-83 Chrysler Imperial’s electronic fuel metering system was prone to interference from magnetic fields generated by power lines along roadways. Chrysler replaced the system with carburetors after many complaints.
For more, visit Allpar’s 1981-83 Chrysler Imperial page
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