• Content Count

  • Joined

  • Last visited

Community Reputation

10 Good

About Mosquito

  • Rank
    Junior Member
  • Birthday 05/14/1975
  1. I have looked for the numbers stamped on the front of the block just below the head on the drivers side, but I cant see any stamping or numbers at all behind the power steering assembly. Should this be visible? Am I looking in the wrong location? Any other simple / obvious way to determine if this the 440? Thanks for all the information - it's quite interesting to a VW airhead like myself! Still open to offers on the Chrysler!
  2. Ill check this out tomorrow in the daylight and report back! Thanks for all the info, guys!
  3. I believe the it is the 440ci V8.
  4. Bump -- Would love to find a home for this beautiful and easy restoration! All offers considered.
  5. 1966 Chrysler New Yorker Ripe for restoration, 100% original, 100% complete! Car has not run since 2002, but at that time had recent complete brake overhaul, new tires and muffler. Under 100K miles, never wrecked. This car was fully loaded with power windows, AC, etc. Clear title to the car, and I think I also have the original sales ticket, brochure and owners manual. You WILL have to have a flat bed with a winch to move the car, but will roll no problem and is easy to get to. Car has some parking lot rash, and a minor bump or two. Absolutely will need for everything to be checked out, but is all there and will make an awesome and cheap restoration project for you!! $2500 or best offer. Located in Eastern Texas, close to Tyler -- 100 miles directly east of Dallas, 100 miles west of Shreveport, La.