For Sale 1967 New Yorker

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  1. kook

    kook New Member

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    I joined FCBO to offer my New Yorker, VIN: CH41K732457XX. It is a complete car. I bought it at auction to get the 440. If someone wants it whole, I can figure out another way to go with my car. It was running a couple of years ago, before the previous owner sold it to a local Mopar collector who had a downsizing auction this winter. He lived in my neighborhood, so I had seen the car around. I have not tried to start it yet. The car is located near Rapid City, South Dakota. I'm asking $2,000. I may have paid a bit much, but I was gambling that it had 915 heads. I have not pulled the valve covers either. I am currently building a '66 Charger and I know this is long shot, but I would trade this car for parts to stroke my original 383.

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    shooter65 Appalachian American FCBO Gold Member

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    IMO you'll do much better if you can get it running. GLWS.
     
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    If it does have 915 heads, they are gonna be low pro. The performance ones have a slightly bigger exhaust valve
     
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    I would like to do better. Not familiar with the 4160 Holley, so I hesitate to clean it. I do have a aftermarket AFB and modified outboard fuel tank I use for such things. I'm a little behind in my outdoor work with that dang cold snap.

    I put hardened seats in all motors I build. If I stroke my Dodge, it will have 516's with bigger exhaust valves and hardened seats.
     
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    Looks high/dry and rust free, which is a much better starting point than alltoomanyothers I have seen. I'd say get it running first, and you'll find a bigger/better market for it. Good luck.
     
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    Where are you buying the stroker kit?
     
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    My '67 Newyorker has 516 heads. I'm not sure if they had different engine packages for these back then though.