NOT MINE 1969 Chrysler New Yorker 4dr Hardtop - $28,000 - Gilberts, Illinois

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1969 Chrysler New Yorker 4dr Hardtop - $28,000 - Gilberts, Illinois

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1969 Chrysler New Yorker second owner restoration No rust Garage kept re-chromed over $35,000 on the restoration car is perfect

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Wow! That baby shines!

I probably would not have taken a picture with "maaco" in the picture.
I've had such terrible experiences with multiple maaco's that the name scares me!
 

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My thoughts also. We had as a rush metal bases for stools done, one day took three. 2 weeks later I stripped them and brought them to a powder coating company. Almost indestructible. And the change in tires? RWL to white wall or the other way around. The RWL look wrong.
 

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I really don't understand spending $35,000 on a restoration, which is clearly way more than the car will ever be worth, and then not keep it since you are under water but don't care anyway. Putting up for sale after is quick way to lose half of your money. Should have stuck the money in a Vanguard account.
 

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I really don't understand spending $35,000 on a restoration, which is clearly way more than the car will ever be worth, and then not keep it since you are under water but don't care anyway. Putting up for sale after is quick way to lose half of your money. Should have stuck the money in a Vanguard account.
Only reason to go that far "underwater" on a car is for your own enjoyment....... uninspiring photo settings, etc., aside, it looks beautiful "from here," but at that price range you should have MUCH nicer photos with video, preferably. Hope it finds a deserving home who will give it proper whitewalls.........
 
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