SOLD 1968 New Yorker for sale

C Body Mopars For Sale

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  1. Pax2001

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    Okay I give up - tried to rebuild a carb on this and it's leaking like a sieve. I used to be able to work on cars but I guess I can't any more, so eff it.

    1968 Chrysler New Yorker
    Pretty good (red) upholstery - hood lining has a big rip in it - carpet is munted (water damage)
    Odometer shows 33K miles
    Good 440 big block - ran pretty good before I effed the carb up (Edelbrock 1405)
    727 Trans
    Fairly straight body - some chrome trim damage but no major rust
    New gas tank, sender unit fitted
    Chassis looks straight and rust free
    Color is White with a red interior

    Has a (newish) after market SS exhaust system
    Popped a real brake cylinder so it comes with 2 new ones
    Also comes with brand new fuel pump and filter

    I have a title, but haven't put it in my name yet.

    Price is $5400, no offers and no swaps. Selling as is where is in central Texas.

    Pictures here Pics of 69-73 C bodies

    Any more info or pic's I'll be happy to send. It's too good of a car to let it get junked and I just can't do what I used to be able to do anymore.

    Also bought a car cover that will go with it
    and it sat in Hawaii for a while, I guess
     
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    So instead of getting all bent out of shape over something sooo simple,,
    how about reading the vendor list on this site...
    For example, https://www.carburetorrestorationyoungstownoh.com/
    can do an absolutely fantastik job of re-doing that carb..
    You will be more than happy how well it works when you get it back....
    Plus he is very reasonable..
    And I am a cheap fux.. But I have sent to him three times now.... :D:D
     
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    If it was easy everyone would have them. Go take the carb to good shop and have it rebuilt. Then enjoy.
     
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    If you want to sell it you will need to get the title in your name.
     
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    It's been a really rough week.
    I think I may have an odd carby, as it's a Weber version rather than a USA version.
    I'm going to replace it with a new one rather than getting the old one rebuilt.
    I've sourced an American 1405 Edelbrock for under $330 delivered.
    It's a shade over 100 degrees here today and I have to fix a brake line on my daily driver without an a/c'ed garage to work in. I'll start on that when I wake up at about 4am - sorry, neighbours...


    If an admin would be so kind as to remove this thread I would be grateful
     
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    If you mark as sold at the top of the thread it will not allow anymore comments and will slowly die away.
     
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