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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. 11-23-13 Please provide the turning radius for the 1953 Buick Roadmaster vs. 1953 Chrysler New Yorker. Thanks, Archiveman2977
  3. 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
  4. 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
  5. Wanted: 1955-1961 Chrysler factory internal engineering data books and operation sheets. These would have been factory items from the engineering department and for the assembly line and would not have been in dealer's hands. Looking for books /sheets pertaining to the New Yorker /300 series of cars. Thanks.