The GR Auto Gallery is pleased to present this professional
restoration on this New Yorker created a cosmetic and mechanical
masterpiece on laser-straight body. The engine was upgraded to a
1973 Cadillac 472/475hp V8 mated to a Turbo 400 overdrive
transmission. It's also equipped with power steering, power front
disc brakes, and Vintage Air and heat. Finished in Tuxedo Black
with a clear coat, it has a new tan interior with black carpeting,
door panel, and headliner. Other interior features include a tilt
steering column with a new walnut banjo steering wheel. The dash
was taken apart and repainted, and all the metal was re-chromed.
Additionally, all gauges, lights, and wipers work. The grille and
bumpers were also re-chromed body and window chrome was taken off,
re-chromed, and the stainless steel was polished. Other features
include new tinted glass, window felts, and weatherstripping. It
also has new rear leaf springs, shock absorbers, and front coil
springs. It rides on 15 chrome wire wheels with spinners and a new
Classic wide whitewall tires. It has a detailed undercarriage and a
detailed motor compartment as well. It passed the National Street
Vehicle Safety Inspection with 23 out of 23. The original keys open
and lock all doors and trunk. So if you are in the market for a
clean New Yorker this is the car for you!
The Chrysler New Yorker is an automobile model that was produced by
Chrysler from 1940 to 1996, serving for several decades as the
brand's flagship model, or as a junior sedan to the Chrysler
Imperial luxury brand. A trim level named the "New York Special"
first appeared in 1938 and the "New Yorker" name debuted in 1939.
The New Yorker name helped define the Chrysler brand as a maker of
upscale models, priced and equipped to compete against upper-level
models from Buick, Oldsmobile and Mercury.
The New Yorker was the best of everything Chrysler offered in terms
of style, comfort and prestige, in four-door sedan, two-door coupe
and two-door convertible. It was originally offered with the 298.7
cu in (4.9 L) Straight Eight shared with the Imperial, then after
the war when the 331 cu in (5.4 L) FirePower V8 was introduced, the
New Yorker was one of the first to offer the engine. As time
passed, and customer tastes changed towards smaller, more fuel
efficient vehicles began to enter the market place, the New Yorker
was reduced in size and switched to front wheel drive in the 1980s
while still offering a luxurious environment.
Until its discontinuation in 1996, the New Yorker was the
longest-running American car nameplate.
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Leasing Inc. makes every effort to represent each vehicle
accurately and with integrity. We also welcome third party
inspections when necessary. Although we try to do our very best to
be accurate in our description writing we are human and do make
mistakes. Unless otherwise noted, All vehicles are sold AS IS, No
Warranty Expressed or Implied. All sales final.