1931 CHRYSLER IMPERIAL, 1931 Chrysler Imperial Sedan Coachwork by LeBaron Chassis Number: 7803131 Multiple First Place Awards at Leading Concours Multiple AACA and CCCA First Place Awards Best of Show at Hilton Head Concours The Only Known Sedan Imperial Restored To The Highest Level The subject of a three-year 8,000-hour restoration from 1997-2000 by specialist Curt Austin of Sanford, Florida this car along with the Dual Cowl Phaeton that is also here emerged to win numerous awards, including Best of Show at the Hilton Head Concours dElegance, First in Class at Pebble Beach and Amelia Island concours, and First in Class. Both cars have made a clean sweep of Antique Automobile Club of America firsts by winning Junior, Senior, Grand National, Grand National Senior and the AACA Presidents Award. The two cars have also won Classic Car Club of America Primary, Senior and Premier awards, scoring 100 points in each divisional judging. With a subtle and correct two-tone gray finish complemented by gray leather upholstery these cars possess a presence and beauty of fine few classics can match. The detailing on the restoration is amazing in its thoroughness, right down to the correct etching of the original suppliers name on the windshield glass! Wire wheels, dual sidemounts, correct trunk and chrome accents all add to the aura of these true classics, whose previous owners include retired Chrysler executive Darrell Davis, who had the cars restored to their impeccably high standard, well-known Chrysler Imperial enthusiast Willard Pike and prominent classic car collector Roger Willbanks. These magnificent automobiles represent a rare opportunity to own not only two cars that have proven themselves time and again on the concours and judging fields, but are ready to continue their winning ways for the next fortunate owner.