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Gateway Classic Cars of Scottsdale is happy to feature this sleeper 1974 Chrysler New Yorker Brougham marketed for sale on consignment with our showroom in Phoenix, Arizona. The New Yorker was a luxury nameplate and the best of everything Chrysler had to offer as far as style, comfort and drivability goes. 1974 ushered in a new appearance for the New Yorker and were the last full-size vehicles ...
Our Kansas City showroom is proud to present this 1948 Chrysler New Yorker. This cool vehicle will absolutely make your jaw drop with its classic look. This sweet ride is powered by an inline 8, 323 CID engine mated with a 4-speed fluid drive manual transmission that glides so smoothly. It is equipped with the original AM radio, beautiful hub caps on wide whitewall tires, it has burgundy cloth ...
Gateway Classic Cars in Denver is proud to offer this 1976 Chrysler New Yorker. This 2nd owner, New Yorker is showing 56K miles on the Odometer. The 1976, the New Yorker (built in the Lynch Road plant in Detroit) inherited the front and rear-end styling of the discontinued Imperial, and its interiors as well, especially, covered headlights. The Imperial styling gave the New Yorker an unforeseen...
Gateway Classic Cars of Philadelphia is happy to present this Black and Red color scheme. The paint work was done 7 years ago and has held up well. The front and rear bumpers have been re chromed. The interior is all new with updated seat cloth and padding. The dashboard has been repainted and houses an updated new tech old look AM/FM radio with MP3. The current owner has replaced many items. T...
Gateway Classic Cars is excited to present this one owner 1977 Chrysler New Yorker Brougham at our Milwaukee location. With the 1975 Chrysler Imperial being discontinued by 1975, The rebirth of the full-size New Yorker Brougham was launched by Chrysler. It was marketed with a lower price than the Imperial but had all the luxurious stylings and interior trappings of its predecessor. Thick pillow...
Before the 1942 moratorium on civilian car production, Chrysler Corporation already had substantial involvement in the war effort. Chrysler-powered machines served in harsh environments worldwide, and their achievements were not lost on the buying public after the war. But in the early post-war days, material shortages and tooling delays meant the first new Chryslers didn't roll off the line un...
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1968 Cadillac Eldorado ?Top of the line Cadillac model ?Sold new at Parkhill Motor Sales Inc., Champaign Illinois on 12/07/1967 ?One of only 24,528 Cadillac Eldorados made in 1968 or almost 11 percent of all 1968 Cadillacs ?Front-wheel drive ?472 CID V-8 engine, which was new for 1968, with four-barrel carburetor ?Turbo Hydramatic 325 three-speed automatic transmission with 2.94:1 final drive ?...
1977 Cadillac Eldorado ?Factory Black Eldorado and Blue plate California car (Ca Pt: 936-SBV) ?Next-to-last model year for big Eldorados ?Factory correct Black Sable exterior (code 19) ?Black Sierra Grain Leather interior (code 192) ?425 CID V-8 engine with four-barrel carb (VIN code S) ?Turbo Hydramatic 425 three-speed automatic transmission and 2.73:1 gearing ?Front-wheel drive ?Automatic Cli...
Now available at the St. Louis Car Museum is an extremely rare Town & Country convertible that our expert team finds to be in outstanding condition, both inside and out! This classic Chrysler showcases a terrific blend of original and professionally restored touches but remains wonderfully authentic throughout featuring all correct components, and original wood. Seen here is a true Classic Car ...
Now available at the St. Louis Car Museum is an extremely rare Town & Country convertible that our expert team finds to be in outstanding condition, both inside and out! This classic Chrysler showcases a terrific blend of original and professionally restored touches but remains wonderfully authentic throughout featuring all correct components, and original wood. Seen here is a true Classic Car ...
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