1946 Chrysler “Continental” New Yorker Custom bodied by Durham, One of Two in existence and the only New Yorker. New Custom Highlander interior. Drives and runs great and ready to tour, show. Custom Built for Lewis Rosenstiel, Founder of Schenley Distillers. He had two of these cars made by Durham 1946, this New Yorker and the other a Sarasota. Always garaged and the paint and chrome are in very good condition. Fluid Drive Transmission and is a joy to drive at freeway speed. It is shown on the cover of Classic Car Magazine, volume XXXIV, Number 2- June 1986 with a complete story of the cars history and also on the cover of Special Interest Autos SIA #101 1987. Historically significant and rare collectible automobile, eye-catching and always draws attention and interest. Photos of the articles included here.
My story isn’t one of a specific car, but classics in general.
‘There are many four-door New Yorkers for sale, but how often do you see a two-door come to market?” the ClassicCars.com advertisement asks.
Pick of the Day is a 1964 sedan that’s already won concours honors
Pre-war Mercedes, Talbot-Lago and a 1960s Aston Martin Zagato share runner-up honors
Sales down sharply and that Porsche was bid to $17 million, not $70 million
Cars raced in F1, Le Mans, ALMS and Group B rallying
Restoration car parts will be on sale August 24
The Pick of the Day could go on the show field at the Pebble Beach Concours
Cars, food and culture of Italy celebrated at Monterey Car Week event