The flagship of Chrysler in the early years, the New Yorker is everything you would want from a car meant for the modern elite, at least in the eyes of those in decades past. But this 1961 Chrysler New Yorker Sedan can still capture a feel of that aspiration from many decades ago. Of course, this particular vehicle, which is reported to have matching numbers, has stood the test of time, lasting over 60 years, with 75,500 miles on the clock to account for it. The current owner reports that this Chrysler comes with a few additions to make the quality of life just a little better, but the behemoth that is this vehicle is very similar to what it was back when it was fresh off the factory. Now with a few miles and wrinkles to tell for the treasure trove of stories it has experienced. Now you can be a part of it too, welcoming this car to your garage and preserving it for many more decades to come.
Long swooping lines follow this New Yorker from front to back. From the tail fins to the chrome accents, including the badging on the side, this Chrysler New Yorker looks the part, especially in the swanky blue exterior. The current owner reports it to be a custom paint that matches well with the car's whitewall tires. Although an imposing presence, this New Yorker has an elegant side to her and almost looks as if it would glide over the asphalt while in motion. This car reportedly sports new seats and a newly done interior to ensure the utmost comfort for the passengers. Matching the blue to the exterior, the interior sets a unique tone and aesthetic that is calming and relaxing. The soft seats welcome you in, and the inside space retains a lot of its original charm mostly untarnished.
To glide this New Yorker where it needs to go is a massive 6.7L V8 that is ready for anything it faces. The automatic transmission is said to have been completely rebuilt, and the car features new brakes for greater confidence. With reportedly new front-end parts and new U-joints, this New Yorker should be perfectly capable of stealing the hearts of passengers and passers-by, as well as your own heart.
1961 MY Chrysler New Yorker Sedan Numbers matching vehicle Current owner reports custom paint New seats New interior Current owner reports new brakes Current owner reports rebuilt transmission Current owner reports new front end parts Current owner reports new U-joints Whitewall tires
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