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1963 Chrysler Imperial by CRWPitman 1963 Chrysler Imperial by CRWPitman
Vector drawing from an old advertisement.

Picture from [link].
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LavenderBlade Featured By Owner Feb 13, 2006
'63 Imperial, I love those Virgil Exner designs. Superb work! :w00t:
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CRWPitman Featured By Owner Mar 2, 2006  Professional General Artist
Again - I updated the title. :)
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ahmednayyer Featured By Owner Jul 28, 2005  Professional General Artist
Brilliant, as always!

Ahmed Nayyer
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yankeedog Featured By Owner Jul 24, 2005
Very cool! I remember these cars from when I was a kid. A real classy machine. There's a slightly old one with much bigger fins that runs around my neighborhood. I just saw it yesterday and I was thinking, that would be a good candidate for a vector illustration.
-YD
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swampabilly Featured By Owner Jul 22, 2005
looks very good. I love chrome.
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formula-s Featured By Owner Jul 21, 2005
413!!! 413!!! It had a 413 v8, not a 412!!! Next time, Coffee FIRST, dA posts 2nd!!! :)
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formula-s Featured By Owner Oct 15, 2005
Not with THAT chromium heifer! But I really hate making typos. There are no "take-backs" on dA!!! :lol:
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CRWPitman Featured By Owner Oct 14, 2005  Professional General Artist
haha - I bet that one cubic inch makes all the difference.
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formula-s Featured By Owner Jul 21, 2005
Wow, Craig! So clean and SO chrome! Looks like a 1962 Chrysler Imperial, the very last of Virgil P. Exner's styling work. Exner was the one who was given the credit of being "The Father Of The 50s Tail Fins". A trending away from those started in 1960, and this is a toned-down version of the previous 1961 model. Those are stand-alone headlight pods, by the way. These were amazing vehicles, with air conditioning before it was popular, swivel seats if you opted for front buckets, and power everything! Pushbutton selectors for the automatic transmission, and a beefy 412 cubic inch v8 with optional dual 4 barrel carburetors got this vehicle moving out fairly quickly! The late Mr. Exner would certainly smile at this Vector! Nice job, as always! Two fins way up and a :+fav: from here! :)
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mls Featured By Owner Jul 20, 2005
amazing piece! all that beautiful chrome!
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