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The car did arrive. Nice to have finally found one more or less local. I think this one was about 60 miles up the road, maybe 70. The owner had to come to Tucson for the title, so he just brought the car as well! It was an original Tucson car - spent first 30 years or so around here. The guy I got it from bought it about 30 years ago and had it in Nogales, AZ (Mexican border). He's to the point where he couldn't see getting around to fixing this one up, and his preference is Lincolns, so this Buick needed to go. Given my situation with the other cars, the plan is this will probably be on hold for a while...
Twilight Turquoise with black vinyl top and black leather interior. Optional 15-inch wheels, optional heavy-duty drum brakes (recently rebuilt), AM/FM radio, air-conditioning (without AutoTemp), clock, bucket seats with power driver seat and passenger side recliner, outside passenger side rear view mirror. 131,601 miles. Original 440 V8 with Carter AVS. Runs and drives. Daily driver and same owner for many, many years. $6,500. Located near Cincinnati, Ohio. For photos, please go to: 1967 Chrysler New Yorker for Sale Thank You, Dave Duricy
Hello folks, Quick question: A good friend of mine has recently shown me an old car in a garage where his relative has kept it hidden away for a several years. Not knowing very much about cars of this era, I took his word for what he has said is a Ford 2-dr sedan-type car with suicide doors. He states it is a '34 and supposed to be super rare. Is this in fact a rare model Ford?