NOT MINE 1964 Chrysler New Yorker 4dr Sedan, 413, 84K miles - $7,000 - Saint Cloud, MN

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1964 Chrysler New Yorker 413 - cars & trucks - by owner - vehicle...

For Sale: 1964 Chrysler New Yorker 4dr Sedan, 413, 84K miles - $7,000 - Saint Cloud, MN
1964 Chrysler New Yorker 413 - cars & trucks - by owner - vehicle... (craigslist.org)
Seller's Description:
Here's a great opportunity to get into a big block Mopar for not much cash. For some reason, these Chryslers don't demand big money despite being reliable, well built, and comfortable.
I bought this car 5 years ago out of a barn. It hadn't run since '94. Somehow, it wasn't all chewed up by mice!
I did all the important re-start stuff, then replaced the following:

All brakes (shoes, hoses, cylinders, lines, converted to dual master, parking brake)
Timing
Valley pan, intake/exhaust. gaskets, valve cover gaskets.
Carb (650 avs2)
All fluids
Dash lights, rebuilt dash including heater controls (difficult)
New rear belts for safety.
New tires.
New battery 2021
Re-flowed radiator and heater core 2022

I also did some bodywork on the rear window area and rear passenger fender. Car is otherwise essentially rust-free, i.e. you won't see rust holes or anything structural for a long time. Bodywork is glass over new, welded steel. The paint is good but needs the attention of a buffer. Resprayed areas are visible, a full spray would be a good investment. If I have time to do it before it sells, I will charge accordingly. Interior shows wear but is fully functional. No seat covers, etc. Sun damage to rear seat vinyl seat top. All in all, a very nice running and driving car. I've used it daily, with the wife and kids for the last 5 years (except on snow and ice!)

Comes with (and eventually needs)
water pump
tranny filter/gasket
oil pan gasket
oil pump
fuel pump
new galvanized fuel tank ($$$)
all ball joints
all wheel/axle bearings/seals
all front-end bushings
all shocks
lowering blocks

Probably other things as well. All these are new parts I've purchased in case they got hard to find. Nothing is immediately necessary. This is a good car. I'm not happy to sell it, but there comes a time in every man's life. Cherish this old beauty. Selling below market value: Hagerty good: $9,300. Nada avg.: $8,950
PS. I'm only doing email for initial contact, there are just too many spammy calls these days.

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Having owned a '64 New Yorker, I can attest: the "raked back" front end is very distinctive. I can see shades of it in the metric Chargers. On the other hand, the station wagon rears looked better when they had full fins (in 1960 & '61).
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