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1964 Chrysler New Yorker

Holger writes from Dusseldorf, Germany:

I bought a 1964 Chrysler New Yorker 4 weeks ago. 1964 Chrysler New Yorker front

The dealer who brings parts for my 1960 Chevy to Germany found this great car in March 2002, in La Habra, California. Every time he goes to California he buys a car to transport all the parts from the junkyards.

The Chrysler is from the original owner. It is a California black plate car. In 1964 the owner and his wife bought the nice New Yorker and drove this car until 1999. Then he died and his wife sold the car in 2002, because she doesn't have a driving licence.

1964 Chrysler New Yorker dash The car is all original and I have all papers about repairs. It has a 413ci engine with a 3 gear Torqueflight. The engine was rebuilt in the 90s.

There is a a/c (but empty), 4 power windows, power seat, and no rust.

It was silver/aubergine outside with golden letters. 1964 Chrysler New Yorker rear

Before I bought the Mopar, I'm a Chevymaniac. My first car was a 1960 Chevy Biscayne. Then I drove a GMC Vandura 2500 everyday. But the New Yorker is the greatest!

I'm 30 years old and I want to drive my Mopar when I'm 60!

You see there are '62-'65 Mopar fans in Germany!
Thanks, Holger!

Yup, you KNOW that New Yorker is quite a ride and, while a '60 Biscayne is okay, it is no match for a '64 Chrysler in terms of ride and stock torque!

Enjoy your '64!  smile!

Gary H.

September 18, 2002

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