1963 Chrysler New Yorker Salon Four Door Hardtop Crm OT060113
This was quite a revolution in styling at Chrysler...nice lines, prominent
grille, a worthy competitor in the fine car class. It carried over the
unusual Chrysler characteristics of pushbutton control of Torqueflite and
the heating and in this case, A/C. Notice the oval steering wheel.
Chrysler products were always a bit different in detail from their
FOR SALE : 1973 Chrysler New Yorker Brougham cold start
FOR SALE 2014, recorded August 2010, still looks just the same. Rust free
1973 Chrysler New Yorker Brougham. $8,995.oo.
I didn't have time to say that Mr & Mrs Poetz, the original owners of the
car, first owned a 1936 Plymouth, then a 1950 Plymouth, a 1959 DeSoto, and
finally the 1973 Chrysler. They worked their way up the Chrysler
Corporation ladder of makes and models, just as Walter Percy Chrysler had
Lastly, given that I despise religion, I couldn't care less if you dislike
my audio comment about churchgoing being a waste of time. Imaginary
friends are a waste of time - enough said.
1955 Chrysler New Yorker Deluxe Newport
Newport was Chrysler's Hardtop line until it became a stand alone model in
1964, I believe. "Newport" is on the base of the rear pillar. Very rare car
to have Imperial interior. '55 was last year for the 331 but apparently the
blocks can be insanely overbored by modern standards. 354s and 331s I
thought Carl said were the same blocks except for the overbore of the 354.
High nickel-content steel made the motors nearly indestructable, hence
their expense and eventual demise by the bean counters. (Carl's)
1963 Chrysler New Yorker Salon Edition 4 door Hardtop Beige
All the deluxe features that Chrysler could load into a car, including
cruise control and air conditioning. The salon edition probably included
that three quarter vinyl top plus all those goodies. Lots of chrome and
stainless trim! Only 593 were built, and the price was an expensive $5860.
Chrysler was really establishing a level of luxury with this model!
1970 Chrysler 300 Drive / Burnout
'70 Chrysler 300
440, 4bbl Holley, HP Manifolds, dual Exhaust with X-pipe and Magnaflows
Just driving around and a quick burnout! Made this video to tide me over
the winter while it was stored.
1947 Chrysler New Yorker Club Coupe
Here's a really neat 1947 Chrysler New Yorker Club Coupe! It's powered by a
323ci Straight 8 engine and a Fluid Drive semi-automatic transmission! The
transmission has reverse, low, and high speeds. A clutch is used to shift
between the gears. Both low and high have 2 gears as well, and those will
shift automatically. It's very ahead of it's time! It also has original
paint, chrome, and interior! There's only 99,000 miles on the car and it's
a 66 year old survivor! It comes with many books, a binder of ads and
brochures, and a maintenance record as well. It has all working gauges,
wipers, turn signals, heater, and lights! It has all the correct filter
housings under the hood complete with Mopar stickers! It was meticulously
maintained and daily driven. It still has a 6 volt system, original
Chrysler hubcaps, Dunlop wide white tires, a Mopar compass, and a Fulton
traffic light finder! It's extremely straight and solid, has super cool
body lines, and runs VERY quiet!
1978 Chrysler New Yorker Brougham
This is the first video of my 1978 Chrysler New Yorker Brougham I recently
imported from the United States. Original 23,000 mile car. 440 and full of
options. The plan is to use it for car shows while keeping the car as
original as possible.
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With the R-body out of production and the LeBaron name transferred to the
Chrysler K platform for 1982, the New Yorker was downsized once again,
becoming a mid-sized car (although it was built upon Chrysler's largest
The Fifth Avenue option was still available as a $1,244 option package. It
was adapted from the earlier LeBaron's package, with a distinctive vinyl
roof, electro-luminescent opera lamps, and a rear fascia adapted from the
Dodge Diplomat, albeit modified. Interiors featured button-tufted,
pillow-soft seats covered in either "Kimberley velvet" or "Corinthian
leather", choices that would continue unchanged throughout the car's run.
In addition, the carpet was thicker than that offered in the base New
Yorker, Diplomat and Gran Fury/Caravelle Salon, and the interior had more
The Fifth Avenue option also included illuminated entry, AM/FM stereo with
a rear amplifier, power door locks, power 6-way driver's seat, power
antenna, remote trunk release, dual side mirrors, full undercoating,
passenger vanity mirror, tape stripes, locking wire wheel covers, as well
as a standard 5.2L (318 in³) V8 engine.
1982 was the last year for the optional AM/FM 8-track stereo, and AM/FM
stereo with integrated CB. The exterior of a Fifth Avenue Edition New
Yorker can be identified from a regular New Yorker by the following: opera
lights, hood stripes, and Fifth Avenue Edition badges on the rear door
window filler panels—New Yorkers bore "New Yorker" badges.
All Fifth Avenues from 1984 to 1989 were powered by a 5.2 L (318 in³) V8
engine, with either a two barrel carburetor making 140 hp (104 kW) (in all
states except California) or a four barrel rated at 170 hp (127 kW) (in
California), mated to Chrysler's well-known Torqueflite three speed
automatic transmission. As this was the largest Chrysler model available,
(and combined with a badly botched downsizing of the large Cadillacs,
Buicks and Oldsmobiles) sales took off, especially during 1985-86, when
over 100,000 were made each year.
Starting with the 1984 models, Fifth Avenue production was moved from
Windsor, Ontario to St. Louis, Missouri. Beginning in late 1986 through the
1989 model year, they were manufactured at the American Motors plant in
Kenosha, Wisconsin (purchased by Chrysler in 1987).
The Fifth Avenue also far outsold its Dodge Diplomat and Plymouth Gran Fury
siblings, with a much greater proportion of sales going to private
customers, despite its higher price tag. This came as a pleasant
surprise to Chrysler, for the Fifth Avenue's basic bodyshell dated back to
the 1976 Plymouth Volare and Dodge Aspen.
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Chrysler New Yorker -64
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