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  1. Want to Buy a 1951 Chrysler New Yorker station wagon. This would be the 331" Hemi motor on the 131.5" wheelbase chassis (shared with Imperial). Condition from very good restorable to older restoration or "what have you?". NOT interested in '52-54 similar wagons as those are all shorter wheelbase. NOT interested in 1951 Saratoga with Hemi on shorter wheelbase. MUST be the New Yorker on the 131.5 wheelbase. Thank you.
  2. RESTORABLE 1955 CHRYSLER NEW YORKER DELUXE FOUR DOOR. POWER EVERTHING. 331 HEMI. "RAN WHEN PARKED" VERY LITTLE RUST, LOTS OF GOOD TRIM. COMPLETE CAR. EXCELLENT FOR A PARTS CAR OR DEFINITELY RESTORABLE. LOCATED IN BOZEMAN MONTANA. NO TITLE. NEEDS TO GO BEFORE THE SNOW FLIES!!!!! $2,000 OR MAKE OFFER! PETE ~ 406-570-9552
  3. 1956 Dodge Coronet, "The Forward Look", 4 door sedan, original V-8 runs strong, dash mounted push button selector for the automatic transmission, light blue, with nice, clean, black and white interior, good brakes and tires. It is a very enjoyable daily driver car to enjoy. NEW: battery, carb rebuild, tuneup, $1116 front end rebuild just completed, valve cover gaskets, master cylinder, fuel pump, brakes, rear window gasket, front end alignment, front end rebuild, alternator, front transmission seal, and more. This 1956 Dodge is a product of Virgil Exner's design team called "The Forward Look". When you see it, what strikes you, though it will take some time for you to figure it out, is the long, gentle, sweeping arc stretching uninterrupted from headlight brow to tail light tip. And those headlights, unlike the previous year's Dodge—and unlike those of Ford and Chevrolet—are hidden from the side by forward-canted hoods. The taillights are hooded with a complimentary rearward cant. It gives the new Dodge a sense of being in forward motion even while standing still. The doors open and close with a solid thunk, not a hollow metallic whap like today’s cars. The front grille is a handsome, massive affair, and it looks spectacular between those hooded headlights. Because of its "flight sweep" styling, this car draws a crowd.Selling for less than amount invested, $7500. 336-765-8312, North Carolina, email for pictures: wwhitfield@triad.rr.com delivery available world wide Remember: Collector Cars are more stable than the stock market.
  4. 1956 Dodge Coronet, "The Forward Look", 4 door sedan, original V-8 runs strong, dash mounted push button selector for the automatic transmission, light blue, with nice, clean, black and white interior, good brakes and tires. It is a very enjoyable daily driver car to enjoy. NEW: battery, carb rebuild, tuneup, $1116 front end rebuild just completed, valve cover gaskets, master cylinder, fuel pump, brakes, rear window gasket, front end alignment, front end rebuild, alternator, front transmission seal, and more. This 1956 Dodge is a product of Virgil Exner's design team called "The Forward Look". When you see it, what strikes you, though it will take some time for you to figure it out, is the long, gentle, sweeping arc stretching uninterrupted from headlight brow to tail light tip. And those headlights, unlike the previous year's Dodge—and unlike those of Ford and Chevrolet—are hidden from the side by forward-canted hoods. The taillights are hooded with a complimentary rearward cant. It gives the new Dodge a sense of being in forward motion even while standing still. The doors open and close with a solid thunk, not a hollow metallic whap like today’s cars. The front grille is a handsome, massive affair, and it looks spectacular between those hooded headlights. Because of its "flight sweep" styling, this car draws a crowd.Selling for less than amount invested, $7500. 336-765-8312, North Carolina, email for pictures: wwhitfield@triad.rr.com delivery suggestions available, Remember: Collector Cars are more stable than the stock market.
  5. Hello, This is my first post. I have a friend who owns a really beautiful 1953 Chrysler New Yorker, it's restored but stopped for some years, and now we are refreshing it. I'm from the Canary Islands, from Spain, it's a little far from this Chrysler home but thanks to internet now this is not a problem. The issue that we're having we think it comes from the carburetor. It's a Carter WCD 935S. First the car failed to start when cold, and then it needed a long time warm-up procces before accelerating or run with it, because it stoped. I've checked the choke and now it runs cold good, with a exemplary iddle run, disconecting when warmed up, but when accelerating it hesitates a bit, and the exhaust expulses black smoke, so I think is too much gas. Do anyone have a spec sheet or a diagramm in order to know all carburetor components and its function? I've thinked about buying a new gasket set, but the only I found is for a Carter 2039S, it says 1953 Chrysler V8, but I don't know it both carburetor are the same or similars. Or even if there's another place to find a gasket set for the WCD 935S. Here is a pic of the car. We're keeping it as original as posible, according too with owner's whims. Hope you like it! Thanks in advance,
  6. I have a nice fuel pump that is an AC 9651(stamped on flange). It will fit 51-54 Chrysler V-8 and Desoto V-8, 52-56, also some 56 Plymouths. Check an interchange book. The pump is complete and original, but due to the new gas I would rebuild it with modern seals. It also has the air chamber( looks like a CO2 cartridge). Price is $22 + shipping. Ron Sotardi E-mail rsotardi@yahoo.com Or 520-749-8659 .<!-- google_ad_section_end -->
  7. i have read with great interest the posts about brake accumulator issues, and brake conversion projects. i was wondering if there is a reason to NOT convert to a newer ABS brake system? i have found newer style ABS solutions for lebaron and daytona, thru 1993 or 1995, seem to be easily acquired, and maintained. is there an issue with finding room for the power booster from a lebaron or daytona system? regarding concerns about lawsuits: not worried - i have a pit-bull friend on call... besides, i could just say "oooh i'm old, i didn't know what i was doing"
  8. 1955 Chrysler New Yorker Spring Special 2 door true coupe $20,000 Description- An original California car, the first owner had a service station in Van Nays CA, and only drove this car on Sundays. A good friend bought it from his estate, and when he got married, I was fortunate enough to get the first chance to buy it, since I helped him in getting it out of the original owner's garage. One of less than 600 Spring Specials produced to boost sales late in the model year (it has the spring special tab on the firewall) the car blends two different two tone paint schemes (the New Yorker side stripe and the Saint Regis hood and deck) for an unique effect. Likewise the interior features a combination of leather and fabric that rivals custom work while being stock. Produced in fewer numbers than the New Yorker convertible, the Spring Special is rarely seen. The last year of the 331 Hemi, the engine has never been opened. It will accelerate all the way up the Conejo Grade in Ventura County, reaching over 90 MPH going uphill. The most negative aspects are the drum brakes, which are adequate, but not by today's standards. This car has 55,562 original miles. The car has been resprayed, and the fabric replaced on the seats with 55 Chrysler fabric and new leather. The dash, headliner and numerous other surfaces are all still original. For the entire 25 years I have owned the car, it has never been driven more than a thousand miles a year, and often less. It has been garaged in either an enclosed structure or pipe and canvas storage ( about two years before the more recent respray). In 2008, it survived the Santa Barbara Tea Fire thanks to the efforts of firemen who stood next to it aiming water at the fires burning just a few feet from the car. It also has done background work in television and movies, as well as an REO Speedwagon video. While not perfect, the car is a few bits of redoing the chrome from spectacular. Starts and drives with great power and effect- everywhere one goes with this car people smile. Continuous history, original miles and a very low number produced, are all high value attributes in a car that can be driven, invested in, or just enjoyed. An extensive photo slide show can be seen here- 55 Chrysler New Yorker Spring Special Will be listing on eBay in next few days. Patrick 805-565-4143 pgregston@cox.net