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  1. chrysler_fan

    NOT MINE 1972 Chrysler Town and Country Mopar Wagon - $10,500 , not mine

    Thank you for confirming my thought. I later remembered the base engine on Newport and this wagon would have been 383. Thus,s the 400 was a replacement.
  2. chrysler_fan

    NOT MINE 1972 Chrysler Town and Country Mopar Wagon - $10,500 , not mine

    Since 1972 New Yorker had 440 as standard engine and these wagons were effectively New Yorkers, was a 400 engine a common from factory engine or has the original 440 been pulled and replaced?
  3. chrysler_fan

    NOT MINE 1972 Chrysler Town and Country Mopar Wagon - $10,500 , not mine

    Presumably it had the wood grain to start based on placement of the side trim pieces. Am I correct?
  4. chrysler_fan

    Just bought a 78 New Yorker

    I thought fender skirts were an option for 1978 although I think most still had them
  5. chrysler_fan

    NOT MINE 67 CHRYSLR NEW YORKER on BaT

    The colors of my grandparents 1967 New Yorker. They had 4 door sedan with disc brakes. They also had cloth split front seats instead of vinyl.
  6. chrysler_fan

    NOT MINE 1977 Chrysler new yorker Brougham $10,000

    Wonder where the correct wheel covers went
  7. chrysler_fan

    NOT MINE 1969 Chrysler New Yorker New

    If in Canada, they never needed it.
  8. chrysler_fan

    NOT MINE 3,900 ACTUAL MILE 1978 Chrysler New Yorker

    Bill from Competition Cars has one fairly young looking client based in California that I believe has purchased over 20 mainly large classic cars of this era from him to transport to CA to be in his collection that he sometimes drives on special occasions. A great customer for sure. The...
  9. chrysler_fan

    NOT MINE 3,900 ACTUAL MILE 1978 Chrysler New Yorker

    That is true specialist of classic cars, Bill Garafolo in Myrtle Beach. He sometimes sells classics directly to regular customers. He usually does through Bringatrailer.com. I have bought from him at BAT (Olds 98 Regency 1979) and directly (1981 Lincoln Mark VI two door) . his cars are...
  10. chrysler_fan

    Meet Buttercup, a 1972 New Yorker Brougham 2-door Hardtop

    I love seeing this beautiful 1972 NYB every time we see it. Thank you for sharing it whenever you can. I loved both the 72 and 73 NYB. A rare one like this is not seen often.
  11. chrysler_fan

    My unexpected Hurst 300 Find

    Look at that sweet 1972 New Yorker 2 door on other side of the Hurst. I prefer it by a mile
  12. chrysler_fan

    SOLD 1973 Chrysler New Yorker

    The posted fender tag shows it is light gold. It is too gold something to be sunfire yellow.
  13. chrysler_fan

    NOT MINE 1971 Chrysler New Yorker - fb

    Bet it looked distinctive when gray. Is the cruise control tip of the turn signal wand bent or broken?
  14. chrysler_fan

    My new to me 1971 Paisley Imperial

    THe Paisley top is written up on the Imperial List server. It is a factory oops when they dyed some paisley vinyl burgundy for the red top and it promptly faded away. they offered only white and black the rest of the model year. Presumably, this was an early model year build.
  15. chrysler_fan

    My 1973 Imperial coupe

    Congratulations. Enjoy We are jealous. I have a 1974 Imperial Crown Coupe that is 50 years old today, June 11, 2024. It was celebrating Chrysler 50th anniversary that year. Now it is 50 years old itself. June 6, 2025 was start of Chrysler corporation in some publications. The Crown...
  16. chrysler_fan

    Maciek1 -->1973 Imperial

    Do you still have original wheel covers but like the later Imperial versions better? I guess we would describe this as the Imperial LeBaron Town Landau edition with those non factory bars on the C pillar. LOL!
  17. chrysler_fan

    Maciek1 -->1973 Imperial

    Glad you are doing such great things with this time capsule. It reminds me of the 72 LeBaron my grandparents bought for their 50th wedding anniversary in Sept 1971. He died unexpectedly 6 months later which is still a shock to this day. I got to learn to drive on in spring 1974 and took...
  18. chrysler_fan

    Photos of Vintage Auto Dealerships, Repair Shops, and Gas Stations

    Here is my grandfather's Chrysler Plymouth Esso dealership in Oakland Md in 1938. The Plymouth banner for 1938 is in the service station portion window. He had some local firetrucks in the picture since so many of his employees were volunteer fighters. I separately loaded a response with...
  19. chrysler_fan

    Photos of Vintage Auto Dealerships, Repair Shops, and Gas Stations

    Here is a picture of my grandfather's Chrysler Plymouth Esso / Goodyear tire dealership in Oakland MD in 1931 He is the one with the white hat. I will post from 1938 separately
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