Pictures of a 1972 GY8 New Yorker 4dr hardtop

ayilar

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CS43T2C306134 recently sold on eBay for almost $7.4k. Other than a non-working A/C and some very minor quibbles (a hard-to-see crease on the front fender and a mini-ding on the left rear quarter; a power antenna switch that is loose and an antenna that goes down but not up; a radio that has a hard time picking stations; and a slowish driver-side rear window -- all the others are perfect, and so is the power seat), this ´72 NYB was really in superb shape. The interior seems to have been every bit as nice as the pictures show -- no rip, tear or stain anywhere. The underside looked spotless. The only thing it needed (other than the H53 fix) were new tires, and the usual belts/hoses/etc.

Given the price paid, there is hope that this beautiful Brougham went to a good home. Here are a few pictures for records.

C: Chrysler
S: Special (NYer Brougham)
43: 4 Door Hardtop

T: 440 cid 4 barrel V8 350hp
2: 1972
C: Jefferson Avenue, MI, USA

306134: Sequence number

E85: 440 cid 4 barrel V8 350hp
D34: Automatic Transmission

GY8: Gold Poly Exterior Color
H7Y5: Trim - High, Cloth & Vinyl 3-in-1 Divided Bench Seat, Gold, Gold
GY8: Gold Poly Int. Door Frames

707: Build Date: July 07
495525: Order number

GY8: Gold Poly Top Color
H53: ATC II (Auto Temp A/C)
R48: Power Antenna
L31: Hood/Fender Mounted Turn Signals
L35: Cornering Lamps
M45: Fender Skirts
P33: Power Vent Windows
N23: Electronic Ignition System
V5Y: Body Side Stripes, Yellow
G11: Tinted Glass (all)
P45: Power Deck Lid Release
R32: Dual Rear Speakers

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Nope. I did like it a lot, and I do not mind GY8, but I decided to be patient and wait for the right color.
 

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There are a few models that I really like. The ‘72 NYB is one of them. The ‘71 Imperial is another. The ‘69 and ‘70 Chrysler ‘verts come next. I already have my two favorite fusies, Poppy and Medina, so I can be patient :)
 
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So this was the one you were considering. I can see why. Particularly with that paint and no vinyl. The lack of vinyl is always rare for fuselage's, I would imagine very rare for an upscale New Yorker Brougham. Was this the first year of the NYB?
 

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So this was the one you were considering. I can see why. Particularly with that paint and no vinyl. The lack of vinyl is always rare for fuselage's, I would imagine very rare for an upscale New Yorker Brougham. Was this the first year of the NYB?
1972 was the first year of the NYB trim level
 

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Car was sold to a dealer in France. He also sold it 2 years ago.
Here’s one of the pictures with VIN

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