What do a 1960 Dodge and a 1962 Imperial have in common? Well, two things. One, they were both produced under the Chrysler umbrella. Two, they are HUGE automobiles. Both of these cars were apart of the “Forward Looking” design ideas of Virgil Exner who worked for many car manufacturers but worked in the latter part of his career for Chrysler.

The Dodge Matador was produced for only the 1960 model year on a new unibody chassis.

The Imperial was Chrysler’s flag ship model and had some very cool features, like the the headlight buckets and the bullet tailights.

There are more classic rides coming your way so stayed tuned.

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