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1959 Chrysler New Yorker Four Door Sedan - Only 57,360 miles, said to be actual and it really looks it!! Sandstone Primary Color w/White Top (appears to be original) - The interior is a Dark Tan Fabric (rear seat covered w/ most probably original plastic seat covers) - Padded Dash which is nice! Powered by the Golden Lion-Fire Power 413 Cubic Inch V-8 Motor (350 Horsepower) and backed by a three speed Torque Flite Gearbox - It has Power Steering, Brakes, Seat and Windows - Riding on 126 inch wheelbase, which enables the smooth ride the car offers - Not too many of these finned cars of the 50’s out there these days and this is a Nice One! Offered at $17,350
My story isn’t one of a specific car, but classics in general.
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