20Big Loss: 1966 Imperial Crown Convertible
If you ask most people under a certain age these days what cars “Imperial” has made, they’ll look at you blankly. The Imperial Crown was originally the name of a Chrysler model, but it became its own brand in 1955. This stunning car was a huge success. We’re not sure
how much the car cost the Gold & Silver Pawn Shop at the outset but apparent,ly it took “The Old Man” a full 15 years to convince the seller to sell it to him. That’s already a loss since it went to the Old Man and not the shop, but then there were $10,000 in damages done to the car after its engine went kaput one day, which puts the shop in the hole even more.