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1952 Chrysler New Yorker 2door Convertible


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Guest Brando & Joanne

NEW Carpet & Gas Tank!

Underneath and engine compartment very clean.

Convertible Top in great condition.

A rare car, we have only found a few in the country.

The first car show we took it to (Lake Mirror Classic- Concours D’Elegance),

this car was awarded 2 Sponsor’s Choice Awards!

· 1952 Chrysler had the 180 hp (130 kW) 331 cubic inch FirePower Hemi engine. The engine becomes a popular choice among hot rodders and racers alike, a trend that continues to thrive today with its namesake second generation model. The FirePower Hemi equipped cars could accelerate 0 to 60 in 10 seconds, faster than the Oldsmobile 88 Rocket engine of that time.

· The Chrysler Hemi engine, known by the trademark Hemi, is a series of V8 engines built by Chrysler with a hemispherical combustion chamber.

· The New Yorker was the first to offer Fluid Torque Drive, a true torque converter.

· Power steering, an industry first, appeared as an option on Chrysler cars with the Hemi engine.

· Last year for the 131.5” LWB (long wheeled base) wheelbase chassis for the New Yorker.

· This car was known for its exceptional engineering. nadaguides-header-image2.jpg

<TABLE id=table41 cellSpacing=1 cellPadding=1><TBODY><TR class=vdppricetypes><TD class=pricetype>Original

MSRP</TD><TD class=pricetype>Low

Retail</TD><TD class=pricetype>Average

Retail</TD><TD class=pricetype>High

Retail</TD></TR><TR class=tableHeaderVDPValueRow><TD class=tableHeaderVDPValue> $4,118</TD><TD class=optionvalue align=right>$42,300</TD><TD class=optionvalue align=right>$48,300</TD><TD class=optionvalue2 align=right>$64,600</TD><TD class=optionvalue3 align=right> </TD></TR></TBODY></TABLE>

This car is closer to High Retail condition then Average Retail condition! $41,000 obo

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