New Yorker

30k Creampuff: 1979 Chrysler New Yorker Sedan

The New Yorker formed an integral piece of the Chrysler puzzle for almost six decades. It represented luxurious motoring for its owner and featured some fascinating design concepts. This 1979 New Yorker is a two-owner survivor with 30,000 miles… more»

Two-Owner Hemi! 1958 Chrysler New Yorker

From 1940 and well into the 1990s, the New Yorker was the top-of-the-line car built by Chrysler. That’s except for the Imperial, but it was not always branded as a Chrysler. This 1958 New Yorker is a beautiful machine… more»

1 of 593:1963 Chrysler New Yorker Salon

Except for the Imperial, the New Yorker was Chrysler’s flagship model from 1940 to 1996. Using the Forward Look platform from the early 1960s, the New Yorker was heavily restyled in 1963 and looked like a different car. The… more»

Nine-Passenger Survivor: 1964 Chrysler Town & Country

The Town & Country was a high-end station wagon built from 1940 to 1988 (with a break during WW2). The nameplate would later be applied to a minivan when these wagons went out of fashion. This 1964 edition, which… more»

Triple-Green Luxury: 1974 Chrysler New Yorker Brougham

Weighing in at more than 4,500 pounds and measuring over eighteen and a half feet long, this 1974 Chrysler New Yorker Brougham comes from a period when size mattered and played a significant role when it came to luxury… more»

Lots of Car to Love: 1948 Chrysler New Yorker

Some people believe that form should always follow function.  Nobody in the auto industry believed that more than Kaufman Thuma Keller, the leader of the Chrysler Corporation in both the late prewar and early postwar era.  This 1948 Chrysler… more»

47k Miles One-Owner: 1971 Chrysler New Yorker

Chrysler restyled its full-size cars in 1969, providing a curved, fuselage look to the biggest Mopars. But underneath, the cars stayed the same, including the New Yorker. Since the 1940s, the New Yorker had been the top Chrysler-branded product… more»

Rare Business Coupe: 1948 Chrysler New Yorker

At the time the New Yorker was retired in 1996, it was the longest-running U.S. automobile nameplate. Its reign as the top Chrysler car (aside from the Imperial) began in 1940 and one of the rarest versions was the… more»

4-Speed 440 V8! 1976 Chrysler New Yorker

Chrysler temporarily retired the Imperial nameplate in 1975, so the New Yorker Brougham became the most luxurious car you could get from Mopar in 1976. Just 30% of buyers opted for a 2-door hardtop when they got 440 cubic… more»

Hemi Equipped: 1956 Chrysler New Yorker Newport

The ’56 model New Yorker Newport is one of those body styles the design team at Chrysler seemed to get just right, in my humble opinion.  Finned in the back, yet a tasteful amount and not too excessive, with… more»

Stretch Déjà Vu: 1985 Chrysler Executive Limo

Updated January 29, 2023 In the 1980s, the New Yorker was still Chrysler’s top-level car, although it rode on a smaller K-Car platform than in the 1970s. If you wanted to get a limo version of the automobile, it… more»

All Original and Hemi Fast: 1955 Chrysler New Yorker

1955 was a great year for Chrysler styling.  Gone were the K.T. Keller high rooflines and in was a much sleeker, more modern design packing a Hemi V-8 under the hood.  If you have a desire for a fifties… more»

Special Edition: 1964 Chrysler New Yorker Salon

Other than the Imperial, the New Yorker was Chrysler’s most opulent automobile in the 1960s. And in 1963 and 1964, they went one step further by offering the New Yorker Salon, a 4-door hardtop that had all the marbles…. more»

1 of 793: 1962 Chrysler Town and Country

In the 1960s, the Chrysler New Yorker Town & Country was akin to the Ford LTD Country Squire, but without the woodgrain side paneling. They were huge station wagons and came in a 4-door hardtop configuration for much of… more»

Nicest Survivor Left? 1989 Chrysler New Yorker Fifth Avenue

The Chrysler New Yorker was a pretty upscale car to start with, but add the Fifth Avenue package and you were cruising around in one fine luxury mobile, at least for the time period.  When the late-eighties models came… more»

Solid Project: 1948 Chrysler New Yorker

The New Yorker was one of America’s longest-running automobile nameplates, appearing from 1940 to 1996. It was usually Chrysler’s most luxurious vehicle, excluding the Imperial which sometimes did not carry Chrysler badging. This 1948 New Yorker has been sitting… more»

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