1955 Chrysler New Yorker Deluxe that I bought in Selma, Alabama in the year of 2005. Upon purchasing this car the gentleman started it and let it run for at least a half an hour to show me that the motor was good. After purchasing the car I had the rear and front seats redone. The car has been painted over the original blue color. After having the work done on the seats, I left the car in Alabama on a farm until 2017 when I went South and brought it to my home in Matteson, Illinois. I have not started the car since the purchase date of 2005. I repeat, at that time, the car ran great. Everything is original and is intact on the car, and on the Hemi motor everything is original.
Purchase Price $7,000.00 OBO
My story isn’t one of a specific car, but classics in general.
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