1970 Chrysler New Yorker Coupe in Red Deer, Alberta?

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Would anyone on the members happen to know this car? It was spotted in Red Deer, Alberta in last June. It would be nice to see more photos of it.

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It seems to have the white bucket seat option in it. I wonder what else. A loaded console car?
 

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Not that I know of. It appeared on FB, just that one photo. It would be neat to learn more of it.
 

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Be it as it may, it is a very rare car. It is number 18 in my very unofficial directory of CH23*0C’s.
 

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Red Deer is located in between Edmonton and Calgary. Looks like it potentially was at a car show so it could be from anywhere in Alberta.

Or even from British Columbia or Saskatchewan.
 

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Thanks, all!
I had no idea a white headrest could be such a clue. I was picturing these seats from the 300 would be used as the buckets in the NY, and hence would have the rounded headrests I was familiar with. Looking at the pics, it also means a console was NOT available as an option in a NY?

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Thanks, all!
I had no idea a white headrest could be such a clue. I was picturing these seats from the 300 would be used as the buckets in the NY, and hence would have the rounded headrests I was familiar with. Looking at the pics, it also means a console was NOT available as an option in a NY?

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I don't see why a console wouldn't be an available option in the New Yorker since it has a separate arm rest like the 300 seat you are showing and would fit right in place.
 

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I think my brain confused the word 'standard' to mean these buckets can 'only' be had with a buddy seat and not a console.
 
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