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For sale on Facebook: 1972 Chrysler New Yorker 4-Door Hardtop in Detroit, MI - $4,500  -  Must be a member of Facebook to access Seller's contact information.

 

Link: https://www.facebook.com/marketplace/item/2902129026733280/1972-Chrysler-New-Yorker

 

Seller's Description:

1972 Chrysler New Yorker 4-Door Hardtop

  • Very good condition
  • Driven 45,000 miles
  • Exterior color: Brown · Interior color: Gold

1972 Chrysler New Yorker 45k miles 440, new carburetor Auto trans 727 8 3/4 rear end. Power Windows and Locks New Top Minimal rust Original Paint. Some dings here and there. Everything works: A/C, Heat, Locks, Windows (rear driver side a little funny) gauges AM radio can plug into phone or media device and play your music. Maybe the trunk light and glove box light don't work? It's a really nice comfortable old car with loads of personality. I've driven this car to Florida several times and Boston and Western Mass. Good Reliable car. Will need tires soon. Not in a hurry to sell so I'm pretty firm on price. May consider trade for another complete pre 1980 car of similar value. Interested in other Chry Co vehicles, AMCs, VWs, and convertibles. No 4x4s, boats, pickup trucks, jeeps or rust buckets. I have a lot of large cars, looking to add a smaller one to the collection.

 

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 What a good looking car and then you open the hood and wow, what a mess!  If you have the time and skills to make the outside look good, why not do under the hood?  I sure wish I still had my 1964 Plymouth that was an all original 46,000 mile car.  If you opened the hood it had some cosmetic imperfections but the dirt and other mess were not there.  My father in law, the previous owner kept it looking nice as did I when I inherited it when he passed.  It’s not that hard to do.

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  • 6T-FinSeeker changed the title to For Sale: 1972 Chrysler New Yorker - "really nice comfortable old car" - Detroit, MI - Not Mine

Another piece of compelling evidence for the, "If you want a cool classic car from a cool era (pre-'73) that HASN'T BEEN JACKED WITH BY HOT RODDERS and is low priced, buy a four door!" argument.

 

I really like the interior on this one.

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3 hours ago, Ed Luddy said:

If it were on the other side of the Detroit River I'd be on my way to get it!

 

Is it difficult for Canadians to buyer older/vintage cars from the US? I get the impression it isn't much of a problem when going the other direction, though I may be wrong.

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9 minutes ago, JamesR said:

 

Is it difficult for Canadians to buyer older/vintage cars from the US? I get the impression it isn't much of a problem when going the other direction, though I may be wrong.

Not really a problem in Non Covid days. But with the really weak Canadian dollar vs USA dollar it darn near doubles the price with taxes, duty and shipping just across the bridge. I'd gladly pay $5000 CDN. dollars for this on my side of the bridge in Detroit/Windsor!

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