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Not mine. From Facebook. Located in Woodville, RI:
"Just brought in and it can’t stay long. 1971 New Yorker. LOTS of great trim and interior. PW,...
No, but whacking them with a hammer in order to get them going again always worked for me.
Isn't there a spring inside the piston, too? To aid moving the seat back back up again (if the lever is pulled)?
Yup, the battery hold down only being kept from shorting out the battery by it's plastic coating is like begging for desaster. Plus I never had a...
Oh, that had gone entirely past by me. Thank you for pointing me to these posts (and photos).
In the Last Production Day for C-Bodies-Thread bigmoparjeff commented on the vintage press photo:
Did someone took a closer look at Richard's...
Not in Germany, that's for sure. Also note that the Slant Six wasn't around until 1960.
I agree, I've seen this type of conversion before. Looks like a Dutch or Belgian limousine stretch.
Here is some general information on the 1970 Chrysler (Newport) Cordoba model.
I saw this nice Teal colored (albeit repainted) 1970 Chrysler Newport convertible in Sweden.
Yes, that's the one.
Not 100% sure, but I'd say that the thinner, stiffer ones are the late-1971 ones (which came with wood-style covers). The thicker straps (as...
Hansen Racing in Stockholm