I spotted this unusual car parked nonchalantly outside the Presidential Palace. The only name on it was Imperial.
The company tried to position the Imperial as a prestige marque that would rival Cadillac and Lincoln but failed to achieve that as they didn’t have a separate distributor channel. Chrysler cars were the first to have transistor radios and air conditioning was standard.
This model is probably a 1963 Imperial.
Parked just round the corner was the most popular mode of wedding transport these days – a stretch limo. It was parked round the corner between the Presidential Palace and Vilnius University, a very popular place for wedding photographs.