NOT MINE 1974 Chrysler New Yorker Brougham - $15,800 (Vista)

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1974 Chrysler New Yorker Brougham - cars & trucks - by owner -...

Rare top of the line Chrysler New Yorker Brougham; 51,000 original miles; 1 of 4,533 made; iconic big block 440 4 Barrel, V8, 7.2 L, 3 Speed, 375 HP; automatic; car was always garaged and it shows; 3rd owner; highly optioned; rust free; best guestimate from Forum is maybe 400 Broughams left on the road! Car is mechanically fully recommissioned (with $10k in receipts) after it sat in a car collection.

Original engine, super original flawless interior – no cracks, spots or cuts anywhere; original carpet; one repaint about 10 years ago; very shiny exterior; incredible and excellent chrome throughout; new tires; original hub caps; A/C (converted), power seats, remote mirror, tilt and telescope steering wheel, working AM/FM original radio. Original cloth 50/50 power bench seats with armrests as well as head rests; Original vinyl roof (no cuts or bubbles) ; perfect glass (except one stone chip); all lights working; original trunk tags and some engine tags; Original books, spare and tools. Carpeted trunk. Vent windows; hood mounted turn signals;
The body is finished in Starlight Blue Exterior color. It is super straight, and rust free both top and bottom. Has some paint irregularities commensurate with age; The trunk and engine compartment look close to new. Spare full size tire. This car drives as good as it looks, and is guaranteed to draw attention. The 1974 models were the last full-size models Chrysler designed from the ground up, and one of the last to receive the big dog 440 4 Barrel RB V8, 375 HP. Only 4,533 New Yorker Broughams were made in 1974.
This 1974 Chrysler New Yorker Brougham 4 door survivor is from an era of big elegant stately sedans. These Chrysler New Yorkers Broughams are luxury at its finest, with elegant looks, and plenty of punch with its 440 4 Barrel V8. Original 440 Engine 4 Barrel, last year BEFORE Leanburn. More than 80 pictures available.

Car drives as new; super smooth;

Car has:
Original working AM/FM radio
Original Front and Rear speakers with fader
Original cloth seats
Power Front Seats
Cruise Control
Tilt / Telescopic Steering Wheel
Tinted Glass
Power windows
Flashers Clock –works intermittently
Front Map Light
Dual Outside Mirrors with remote –right sticks
50/50 power bench seat with dual armrests

List of mechanical recommissioning:
• New Edelbrock Carburator- original carburetor on hand
• New hoses
• New front disc brakes and lines
• New rear drums and lines
• New white wall tires – less than 1,000 miles
• All liquids changed –radiator, oil, transmission etc.
• Drive shaft balanced
• New air filter
• New plugs and wires
• A/C converted to R12
• New tank feeler
• New gas gauge with reserve lamp
• New rear shocks
• New valve cover gaskets
• New oil pan gasket

Car starts right up and is driven at least once a week. Always garaged. A wonderful car that does not need anything! Great addition for your car collection or as a classic starter. Get in and drive!
CA registered through March 2024; does not need CA Smog!

I do not need help to sell my car.
Chrysler, Plymouth, Dodge, Cadillac, Ford, GM, Mercedes, Mercury, Lincoln, Chevrolet, Buick, Pontiac, Jeep, Audi, VW,
Price: $16,800 OBO

Additional Information:
1974-1978 Chrysler New Yorker Brougham: The Top Chrysler

1974-75 Chrysler cars: a 42 year retrospective


Car Tag Decoding: CS41T4CI82264
Digit Usage VIN Decoded
1 Car Line C Chrysler - All
2 Price Class S Special
3-4 Body 41 4 Door Sedan
5 Engine T V8 440-4v 375 HP -RB
6 Year 4 1974
7 Plant C Jefferson MI
8-13 Sequential Serial # I82264

CS41: Chrysler Special 4 Door Sedan
T4C: Unknown 1974 Jefferson Avenue, MI, USA
182264: Sequence number
E85: 440 cid 4 barrel V8 375hp
D34: Light Duty Automatic Transmission
KB8: Starlight Blue Metallic (Dodge) Exterior Color
H7B6: Trim - High, Blue, Cloth
KB7: Unknown Int. Door Frames
322: Build Date: March 22
373588: Order number
V1B: Full Vinyl Top, Blue
H53: Auto Temp Control
R38: Am/FM radio
L31: Hood/Fender Mounted Turn Signals
M45: Unknown/Unassigned
P31: Power Windows
N88: Auto Speed Control
G63: Unknown/Unassigned
G25: Vent Windows
V78: Accent Stripes deleted
L81: Door Ajar Indicator Lamp

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Clean, I like it but unless the engine was rebuilt and modified it is more like 220-275 h.p.
 
230 net hp for the T code / E85 in 74

its got 77- 89 Diplomat / 77-81 Lebaron & Newport St. Regis wheel covers
 
If you're gonna swap different 'original' wheelcovers on, there are much better choices than those.

275hp would be correct for a '74 440hp - that could be a typo.
But HPs were not available in civilian C-bodies after 71, so...
 
Clean, I like it but unless the engine was rebuilt and modified it is more like 220-275 h.p.
High performance valve cover gaskets and oil pan gaskets can do wonders... :realcrazy:

And what is this all about? (clueless)

A/C converted to R12
New tank feeler Feeler?


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Looks nice and clean and California car. Plenty of work has been done, I am sure it all adds up.
 
The seller likely just google'd "How much horsepower does a 440 make?" and got the response for a '60s spec engine. $16,000 seems steep for a sedan, but it's good that these formals are getting the recognition they deserve
 
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