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It is a 1965
Chrysler New Yorker.
I bought the car having only seen photos of the New Yorker. I was
the successful bidder in an auction held in Louisville Kentucky, of the
belongings of an older gentleman who happened to own this
car. I was delighted when
I got the car. The
New Yorker has only an AM radio, and no power windows, but has a great
interior with bucket seats! The
car spent its life in Kentucky, but now is
here in Maryland. I plan to keep it a long time and give it lots
Peter A. Bookman
This is my 1972 Dodge Charger. I am the original owner of this
unrestored survivor. I placed a factory order on May 20, 1972 when I
was living and working in Washington, D.C. at my first real full-time
job. With 70,000 original miles, the 400 4bbl engine has never been
touched and runs very well. Now that I have moved to southern Arizona,
the factory A/C is really great to have. The interior is all original.
The upholstery is still in fine condition. The carpet is a little worn
but only in one spot so I have no intention of replacing this original
material. The car was featured on the back cover of the June 2004 issue
of the WPC News.
|1965 Chrysler New
a California car until March of 2003, now residing in
Michigan. With 53,000 original
miles, this baby still wears it's original paint and is as solid as the
day it came off the assembly line!
and drives like a dream and can be driven anywhere at anytime, but
stays in my garage under cover, being driven and shown only on nice
summer days. This car is a real
pleasure to own. They sure don't make them like this anymore!
|1965 Chrysler New
Yorker 2 door Hardtop
Hudiksvall S-824 33 Sweden.
I have imported
the car from a older
man in California in 1999. The options include buckets seats, day and
night mirror, A/C, AM/FM transistorized Golden Tone pushbutton radio
with rear seat speaker with sound separator. Adjustable head rests.
Saratoga Club Coupe,
It was taken at Calgary's Heritage Park this past summer.
I'm the 4th
owner of this rare '49 Saratoga
Club Coupe (1 of 465 built) -- still very much original with 65K miles
on the odometer. It made it's way to Alberta, Canada from Reno,
Nevada many years ago, and came equipped with many factory
accessories. It still sports original bulls-eye headlights and
"Porcelinize" window decal.
She’s in great shape with 52,000 miles, everything original inside and
in great shape, starts with half a crank, purrs like a kitten and runs
out well with the Gyro-matic working great! Needs a few things
like the middle “D” from the Dodge letters on the hood which is
missing. Also the side trim, which apparently was removed when it
was repainted. Any help you or anyone could suggest in finding
items like those would be greatly appreciated.
|1973 Plymouth Fury
Richard Tetzlaff, Scandia, MN
I bought the 1973
Fury 4-door HT for the air to go cross country with the Plymouth
club. Then I was to sell it, but this car was a one owner 29,000
miles Air, PS Radio and a 360 engine The car is mint Took it to
the Plymouth National this year  And got the best of show [Not for
1951 De Soto
Custom 4 door sedan.
It has 70,000 miles on it and the ride truly is a Revelation!!
We took it on a 520 mile trip and felt like we had gone around the
corner. It is truly a delight to drive.
All of the chrome is original.
Newport has only 24,000 miles on it and runs as good as it looks. It
also has power windows and front seat, as well as Auto-Temp II - some
rare options for the entry-level Newport. Thanks for your
|1964 Chrysler Newport
- I'm the second owner
of this wonderful car which has been named Paul after the original
owner who took such good care of it all these years until his recent
passing. The car is in gorgeous, like-new condition inside and out and
even has working factory air. I found Paul in the car corral on the
last day of the very wet 2005 Hershey meet and he made the nine hour
trip back to Ohio through the mountains of Pennsylvania in non-stop,
often torrential, rain like a champ. I'm already quite attached to the
car as my grandparents always had Chrysler products including three
Newports (1963, 1966, 1976) and feel very lucky to have found such an
amazingly original example.
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