I saw this in Parkdale, Toronto. It's a mid-sixties Chrysler Imperial. The most luxurious Mopar around in a time when economy cars were oddities imported from Germany, can you imagine navigating this thing around a major metropolitan city today? You'll get smart cars lodged in the bumper.
This guy owns 2 Jaguars. You should never have 2 Jaguars. If you have enough money to buy 2, only buy 1. Use the cash you saved to buy a tow truck: It'll come in handy when you want to go around town and show people that you own a Jaguar.
Even the sporty Dodge Daytona was a derivative of the K-car.
This Chrysler sports car might look unique now but, in the early 1990's, they were everywhere and dealers started to give large rebates to sell more. Chrysler began to depend on selling older models (with those rebates) rather than investing in new technology.
The Chrysler K-Car refers to a whole line of cars produced by that company in the 1980's and '90's. Seen here is a Dodge Aries which is the type people think of when they remember this platform. But the architecture for the K-car was also used in everything from minivans to sports cars.
Beckoning back to the days of coachbuilding, the Landau top has been used these past hundred years to give cars a stately feel. But Chrysler really cheapened this image in the 1980's and 90's when they offered almost every model with an optional Landau top. It was tacky. It was horrid.