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di_ch_NY56
Author: di_ch_NY56 (Show all albums)

Back in February 2010 I decided to look for a 1956 Chrysler Windsor. There were no nice cars at the classic car trader, so I searched for a New Yorker as well. Originally I was seeking for a Windsor was the reason, the Windsor had a polysphere combustion chamber engine like my truck I was owning for about ten years.
While searching for a New Yorker the advertisement of a dealer in Milbank S.D. appeared. I fell in love with the color the car was painted. According the picture displayed the interior looked really nice, the engine bay in stock condition like from the factory but with a lot of patina. I noted that the seller had German roots so I trusted and decided to buy it without visiting the car. It was very risky I know, but I got a very rock solid car.
Big thank you to the seller. He linked me to a shipping company in Canada who organised the shipping to my country.
Please enjoy and any comment is appreciated. Thank you.
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I had to add a small modification to the light wiring. In Switzerland it's mandatory to light the position lights as well when the head light (low and high beam) is on.




That's me with my Chrysli/Beast at the time when I was almost 50 years old.












The trunk floor. Never welded (except at the factory).


Good luck everything was under a thick cover of old oil. The result was: almost no rust here.
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