Just starting a thread that I’d like to update regularly on my ‘70 Chrysler New Yorker. I got the car about a year ago from a Gunny in the marines in New Bern, NC. An awesome guy. In any event he got the car from a friend who got the car from another guy - and on and on. It seems the car had been flipped back and forth multiple times within the span of 2-3 years. Each owner buying it with the intentions of gutting the standard 440 engine but changing their mind when realizing how nice the car actually was. The only story behind the car which I can’t validate is that it was owned as a Sunday car by the original owner till he passed away in the late 2000s - passing it on to his son which sold the car. I got the car with 32,000 miles which I believe to be correct. Original paint and seenlingly no body or engine work has been done. With much of the original Chrysler style fasteners, clips, and decals still on the car. The dash and interior is great. Some good power options - just wish it had a Tilt Wheel. Of course the AutoTemp A/C and Heat both don’t work. Engine also has developed a miss that I need to track down this week. The car rides like a top and start everytime. Never using giving me a problem other than the rare carb tune. My biggest plan for the car is to peel the vinyl top back and see the real damage from the years. I’d like to cut out and replace the panel and tackle all the window channels. Besides that the quarters, fender, trunk frame all look strong and rust free besides the surface from age. Althought it was low-mileage and hasn’t seen salt, it spent most of its life about 15 minutes from the coast and with southern summers humidity probably did it in. But until then I try and drive it as much as I can. Just took the car to see the USS North Carolina this weekend since the hurricane hit.