Beerman

1960-61 Chrysler New Yorker

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Hello; Looking for a 60' or 61' New Yorker 2Dr. or 4Dr. Hardtop preferably. Please no basket cases or rust buckets. A complete project car will be considered. I am located in British Columbia, Canada. A Western car would be great, but if the right one comes along, I would look at it. I have a few Mopars, so a trade might be possible. Please reply to this ad, then we can go from there. Thanks, John.

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This is Dale in Montana I have 1960 that would make you a parts car, it’s a 4 dr. Post it does run and drive and does have some rust in floor boards and head light brouls, can’t see the rust just walking a round it. If you have any interest I would trade for other Mopars. 

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Hi Dale;  Thanks for the reply. I will keep you in mind for parts, if I find a suitable canidate N. Yorker.  If you have any Pic's of your Chrysler, I would like to see them. Thanks,  John. 

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I went down to the treasure pile today and I guess all three are Plymonth, sorry I did take one pic. Of the driver. 

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Hi Dale; That Plymouth still  has lots of good trim and such. Looks pretty restorable. Love the Fins! Thanks for the Pic. The quest continues for a Chrysler!   John

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Hi Paul; Thanks for the reply, but I've already owned  2- 66' Chryslers, great cars. The 60'-61's are on my Bucket List, there has to be some left, that didn't get Derbied or crushed.   John.

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Hello; Thanks for the heads up. I was just looking at the ad. Considering the rust on it and a no option car, he's  pretty optimistic on the price. I'm a patient guy and my preference is a 60' but a well optioned 61'  might work as well.  I"ve owned a number of 60's Chryslers and one thing I know, is don't buy a Rusty one,!   John.

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