1963 Chrysler New Yorker
When you here people referring to a classic as a survivor car this beautiful 1963 Chrysler New Yorker is exactly the type of automobile they are talking about. This unrestored gem has only 59,000 original miles and is still in great shape. All of the factory components are in place and this classic had a lot of options from the factory. The exterior is coated White and is accented with nice stainless trim pieces. The gold New Yorker emblems are mounted to each front fender and contrast the White well. Chrome bumpers are in front and rear with both having a great shine. All of the glass is in good shape and have a nice tint. Dual headlights are in place up front and very unique tail lights in rear all of which are working properly. The car has a great stance and currently sits on its original wheels and hubcaps with thin white wall tires.
Under the hood is a 413 V8 that runs very smoothly and offers plenty of power. It starts up with ease and transfers power back to the 3 speed automatic push button transmission. The car is a really good driver and moves down the road with no problems. It stops well, has a good ride and a good sound.
The interior of the car is a Brown and Grey color combination and is in good shape. The dash on the car is very unique and will send you back in time. The steering wheel has almost a squared off look which is very cool. All of the original gauges are working properly with the only thing not working on the whole car being the clock. Even the original AM radio works! The car came from the factory with power windows and power seats which are cool luxury items to have in place especially with the car being from the 60's! The trunk of the car has plenty of storage space and houses the original spare wheel and jack.
You rarely ever see this type of car out on the streets so this New Yorker is sure to get a ton of attention. People love looking at unique cars they have never seen so it is always a hit at car shows. Come look at this classic while it's still around!
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