Be sure to also visit the Imperials in the Movies and Television pages.
Bob Hope's various Imperials - (Discussion, no pictures)
Year by Year
Jack Dempsey in his 1929 Imperial Roadster
Jack Dempsey and his 1930 Imperial Roadster
California Governor Frank Merriam's 1937 Imperial
Fred Waring and his 1953 Imperial
Edgar Bergen & Charlie McCarthy (the wooden puppet) next to a '55 Imperial Newport Coupe
Jay Leno's 1956 Newport Coupe
William Holden with his (dirty)1956 Imperial Southampton 4-door hardtop
Prince Ranier of Monaco with his 1956 Imperial 4-door Sedan. (Photo courtesy of Mark Jollie UK member)
King Saud's (of Saudi Arabia) custom Ghia-built 1956 Crown Imperial
Elvis Presley in a 1957 Imperial Crown Convertible.
Jack Benny with a 1957 Imperial Crown Convertible.
Cowboy star Roy Rogers with a 1957 Imperial 4-door Sedan
Iranian Imperial; former staff car for one of the Shah's generals
Golfer Sam Snead's 1957 Imperial
Golfer Dick Mayer's 1957 Imperial
Lou Costello's early production 1957 Imperial
Howard Hughes' 1957 Imperial Crown Convertible
Indonesian President Sukarno's 1959 Four-door Convertible, built by Ghia on a Crown limousine chassis
A 1959 Imperial Limousine built as a Queen of England Parade Car
Omar Sharif's 1960 LeBaron, now belonging to Robert Brezout, France
Richard Nixon in a 1960 Imperial Crown Convertible
Nelson Rockefeller's 1960 Ghia Limousine(s).
Jackie Kennedy's 1960 Ghia Limousine
Audrey Hepburn and George Peppard with a 1961 Imperial Crown
Sandra Dee with her 1961 Imperial Crown Southampton 4-door hardtop. (Photo courtesy of Mark Jollie UK member)
Helena Rubenstein's Customized 1963 Ghia Limousine
Universal Pictures star, Angie Dickenson with her new 1964 Imperial Crown Convertible.
The Pope's 1965 and 1966 Imperials
Ginger Rogers with her special 1966 Imperial 4-door hardtop. (does anyone know, Crown or LeBaron?)
Willie Mays putting his signature license plates on his 1971 Imperial LeBaron.
Peru's General Juan Velasco Alvarado's 1973 Massive Presidential Limousine and Imperial Parade Car
NBA star Moses Malone's 1974 Imperial LeBaron.