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1965 Chrysler New Yorker Four Door Hard Top Mild Custom

1965 Chrysler New Yorker

Chrysler New Yorker 1965 technical specifications

Condition: Used
Item location: Bloomfield Hills, Michigan, United States
Make: Chrysler
Model: New Yorker
Type: Sedan
Year: 1965
Mileage: 49,003
VIN: C353234377
Color: Blue
Engine size: 413
Number of cylinders: 8
Power options: Air Conditioning, Power Locks, Power Windows, Power Seats
Interior color: Blue
Vehicle Title: Clear
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I've owned this car for the past 8 years and done almost allof the improvements and maintenancework myself. The carhas a factory 365HP 413/ 4 barrel and an original interior. The dash has zero rips/cracks and seats are near perfect.The headliner is pretty flawless. The carpet has some fading and wear but has no rips or tears. Overall the interior door panels are in great shape with minor wear for their age.All features work except for the dash clock. I just never bothered to have it redone.

The paint and body have some issues but overall solid doors, floors and rockers. There is one rusted/flakey bracket in the unibody on the driver underside, but has never been a problem and the passenger rear door has show through rust at the pinch weld in one spot. I went through great effort to get all clean/straight trim back on the car inside and out where it was needed.

I bought it from a guy who owned it since 1966 It had 46000 miles on the clock when I bought it and he swore that was authentic. At 49000 miles, the odometer stuck as some of these do because the plastic gears strip, so actual miles are not known. The speedo works fine. The car is very reliable and is my daily driver in nice weather. The doors, hood, and trunkall line up very well and open/close without issues. I replaced the passenger side window/roof sealas it had a rip - the other side is original and in great shape, but I have the spare new one that comes with the car and these seals are not cheap.Basically the car is loaded with every option except cruise control and tilt column. It's kept in a heated garage. Here are more details:

Original 413 4 barrel

Waldron dual exhaust with 'imposter' mufflers (appear factory, but with deeper note) - no resonators,

Original 727 trans with external seals replaced - DOES NOT LEAK, and shifts great.

Custom period-correct flake paint roof and hood scallops

Chrome 5 spoke custom 15" rims on Coker wide whitewall radials

New Gabriel front shocks

New Gabriel rear air shocks

Hood pin striping done and signed by Wild Bill

Custom chrome large diameter boloney cut rolled-end exhaust tips

Factory A/C works great and does not have any crappy service hoses that are hose-clamed to the lines. These are originals.

Updated front disc 4 piston caliper brakes from SSBC

Electronic original-appearance voltage regulator

Rebuilt originalalternator

Rebuilt original carter AFB carburetor

Detailed engine bay

New Flamethrower II ignition


Factory AM/FM with single front and dual rear speakers - works great.

Power steering

Power brakes

Power windows (all rebuilt adjusted to seals and lubricated)

Power rear antenna

Power electric door locks

Power vacuum trunk release

Power 6 way front seat

Rear cigarette lighter in front seatback

Right hand outboard mirror

Variable speed wipers with washer

Front end alignment is good, no loose front end or steeringjoints anywhere

Factory drum brakes in rear with spare set of shoes come with the car

Working parking brake

Good water pump

Good fuel pump

New MOPAR reproduction factory appearance sealed no maintenance battery.

AS-IS, no warranty.

Thanks for looking!

On Jun-14-17 at 17:16:16 PDT, seller added the following information:

As a side note, this was a background car in two films: 'Freaky Deaky' and 'Sparkle'. I have photos to verify.

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