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Powerflite
Posted 2023-11-22 2:58 PM (#632826)
Subject: 58 New Yorker 4dr Hardtop



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Nice looking car from what I can see. VIN number LC3**9204, in Huntington Beach, CA for $39K.

https://www.ebay.com/itm/386266456885

1958 Chrysler New Yorker. The car is in excellent shape being just about 90% original. Has all factory options including power windows, power seats, dual rear antenna, power steering, power brakes, jiffy jet windshield washer, and Air conditioning. Everything functions including the heater, Air conditioner (which is currently disconnected but when plugged in does engage and spin), Radio but is quite weak on picking up a signal, and clock which can keep time. The Interior is in great shape as well with both the seat and windows all working accordingly.

Mechanically the car runs extremely well having been able to drive to Arizona and back with no breakdowns or issues. Has the factory 392 Hemi engine with only 15,000 original miles on it. The carb has been rebuilt along with new hoses and belts, a new water pump, a new battery, truly another 7/10 mechanically

Overall its an amazing car that you can drive anywhere and do anything with. It has won many trophies at Mopar shows and always gets looks, questions, and attention wherever it goes. Also is one of roughly 4,000 4-door hardtops and even rare with the amount of options. If you have any questions feel free to ask.

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Powerflite
Posted 2023-11-22 3:22 PM (#632827 - in reply to #632826)
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What are those things coming out from his front bumper? Some kind of permanent tow hitch? I hope he disconnected the driveshaft before towing.



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w.weiland
Posted 2023-11-22 3:40 PM (#632828 - in reply to #632827)
Subject: Re: 58 New Yorker 4dr Hardtop


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Powerflite - 2023-11-22 3:22 PM

What are those things coming out from his front bumper? Some kind of permanent tow hitch? I hope he disconnected the driveshaft before towing.


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Powerflite
Posted 2023-11-22 7:45 PM (#632831 - in reply to #632828)
Subject: Re: 58 New Yorker 4dr Hardtop



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That would come in real handy in Los Angles.
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ronbo97
Posted 2023-11-22 8:21 PM (#632833 - in reply to #632831)
Subject: Re: 58 New Yorker 4dr Hardtop


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I guess we're supposed to believe that that interior is original. Also, with 15K miles, the steering wheel would be like new. Would be nice to see the engine as well. 90% original ? Hmmm...

Ron

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Lancer Mike
Posted 2023-11-24 2:48 PM (#632851 - in reply to #632833)
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No way on Earth that is a 15,000-mile car.  The pedals have both been replaced.  However, it is a great car with many options and all the hard-to-find trim.  I think it would be a lot of fun.

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