440ci, .040" over, 7.8:1 cr (previous owner's brilliant idea), 452 heads, Comp XE268H, Performer RPM intake, Thunder series carb, Hedman shorty headers, muffler shop 2.5" duals with X pipe and Flowmaster Super 44s. More power and fuel control to come soon.
A mini-documentary about the finding and fixing of a 1966 Chrysler New Yorker. The trip from a barn to eBay...
Here's the link to the eBay auction:
1966 New Yorker with Flowmaster Super 44's and X pipe
This is how it sounds after being tuned.
'452 heads, rebuilt by Aerohead
Comp XE268H cam
Edelbrock Performer RPM intake
Edelbrock 750 Carb
Carter electric fuel pump
High output alternator
Rebuilt 727 trans with TCI shift kit
3.55:1 rear end in '489 housing
Fresh brakes all around (disc swap in front)
Fresh front end rebuild
New tires (really big ones)
MOPAR 440 Chrysler New Yorker 1966
An impression of my '66 Chrysler New Yorker bought in Redlands California USA and imported to Holland Europe. It's got a 440 7.2 liters V8 Mopar engine with a 727 automatic. Car' in pretty good shape
1973 Dodge Charger
Fresh full body work and painted base coat clear coat viper red with flat black stripe and accents, 383 big block motor, new 2 1/2" Exhaust with X-pipe, flowmaster super 44 mufflers, edelbrock 383 rpm performer intake, new rear springs, shocks and shackles, new seat skins and carpet, rallye gauge package, center console
440 chrysler burnouts dunouts crusing
crusing in a 1966 chrysler new yorker with a 440, crane cam, edelbrock intake, flowmaster mufflers, 750 cfm 4 barrel, 3.23 possi rear 727 auto with 2400 rpm stall convoter
66 Chrysler HT
66 Chrysler HT i got from my grandfather. he is who i give all the credit too for it still looking so good. didn't drive it alot though he enjoyed working on it all the time and cleaning it. he kinda pushes me towered just driveing it and getting a charger or dart and maybe even useing this motor but cars been around along time so i think i prefer it over a more high dollar car. its still cool, very fast, and don't see alot of them still around due to people derby these led sleds or use them as motor donors due to high horse power motors thay come with. still well known 14 sec cars in a quarter which ant bad. better then most sport cars today! this car was built when america had pride in there cars. thay ment more to us back then. the long road trips when going on vacation, ride to school, drive in movies, drive in fast food/hang outs. and hot rodding! crusing was the in thing and street raceing. a car back then mean freedom. thay ment alot and were taken care and loved. people use to fix these cars up to fit there personallity. the things thay did were endless and any make or model could be modified to fit a person. i think my chrysler looks like a part of me and my grandfather! i do admit my grandfather is a one of a kind and that is why it looks like his car still. i know people call these's models grandpa cars but my grandfather is just as young at heart as this old chrysler and just as strong as a big block him self! lol sucks there are so many out there which just sit and rott away taken those beautiful memory's with them right to there grave so, help bring them back! our family's worked hard to build these cars and we all still enjoy them! me and my family, uncles, grandpa, father, all has helped out with keeping them alive. my father more so just helped me with mine through the years but these are a part of our history when we made these cars and would have never sold our pride and passion to another country. to hell with the new. these cars carried us through the years back then and long as we keep them up, the'll keep carrying us. and for the record, i don't give a shit what people say, there will not be many cars out right now still around 50 yrs from now but there is alot of 50 yr old cars around right now. cars ARE NOT made as well as old ones. old cars were made like new trucks and thats a fact so eat that new car lovers!