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Original 440 Powered New Yorker, for sale in Kenvil, New Jersey, for $2,495.
Here we have a 1966 Chrysler New Yorker 4 door Hardtop. 59k original miles. I am the 3rd owner, original owner had the car from 1966 to 2000. This was the first year for the 440 engine, good for 350hp. This one also has a very rare front bucket seat option with auto on the column. It also has a few other rare options, one being a Reverb-O-Matic option for the stereo. I sanded this down to bare metal and threw it in primer. The chrome is in pretty decent shape, some parts better than others. All the glass is good with no cracks. The interior door panels are in very nice shape, as is the dash (no cracks!). Seat covers hide torn upholstered seats but they are firm and comfortable. I removed the sagging headliner though kept one strip up in case you want to copy the original pattern. The dash, buttons, and switches are in overall very nice shape all things considered. Also has fender skirts and factory AC. Mechanically I have driven this around the block a few times but because I never registered it, I didn't want to push my luck. It has a slow power steering fluid leak from the power steering reservoir. I cut the exhaust off behind the Y-pipe because I had planned to convert to dual exhaust but didn't get to it. Passenger side rear window falls off the track when rolling it down. Annoying but you can just pull it back up when you want the window up. There are two rust holes in the trunk about 2" x 2" each. The rear doors have some dings and dents. Car fires right up, has new $100 battery. I'd replace the brakes and shocks before taking it on a trip or anything. What this car isn't: It's not a show car, don't expect to win trophies with it in it's current condition. It's not something you can really hop in a drive down the street (I mean, technically you CAN, but you'd better put a muffler on first!). What this car is: A true original 440 engine with matching tranny 59K mile Mopar. This would be a lot of fun to take to shows or just cruise around. I do have a clear title in my name. Thanks for taking the time to read the ad. Keith