1963 chrysler new yorker




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  • The New Yorker used Chrysler's completely redesigned body with only the windshield showing traces of the previous Forward Look.

    made, the Chrysler New Yorker Salon was Chryslers answer to the now separate brand, Imperial. It was as expensive as some Imperials! This is a 4 do.

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    1963 chrysler new yorker

    1963 chrysler new yorker

    The Salon was sold in Canada as the Chrysler Dynasty. All models carried a new Chrysler-built 3. The New Yorker Brougham was available in 2-door and 4-door hardtop body styles. Cars with Fluid Torque Drive came only with Fluid Matic semi-automatic transmission and had a gear selector quadrant on the steering column.

    1963 chrysler new yorker

    1963 chrysler new yorker

    1963 chrysler new yorker

    1963 chrysler new yorker

    1963 chrysler new yorker

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    It was as expensive as some Imperials! This is a 4 door hardtop that is unusually well optioned and equipped. For , the Chrysler New Yorker shared its short Toggle vehicle navigation Chrysler New Yorker Menu. The Chrysler New Yorker featured an overhead valve V8 engine which displaced It was mated to an automatic gearbox and rode on 8. There was a thin beltline molding which ran the entire length of the vehicle.

    They had six trim bars, and a grille that was divided into two halves with egg-crate style inserts. Inside were Jacquard fabrics and vinyl trim. Body-styles included the sedan, hardtop sedan, and salon. A 6- and 9-passenger station wagon were also available on the New Yorker Series. The most popular bodystyle was the sedan which accounted for 14, sales. The 4-door salon was the most exclusive, with just sales, followed by the 6-passenger wagon at just vehicles sold.

    1963 chrysler new yorker

    By Daniel Vaughan May The Chrysler New Yorker has faced amazing success and popularity in the four decades it has remained in the auto industry. Introduced originally as the New Yorker Special in , the name was eventually simplified to the New Yorker.

    America's longest continuously used nameplate, the New Yorker has kept this title for the entirety of its 58 years of production. In , Chrysler began to manufacture vehicles in Mexico and until the early 's manufactured nearly the same models being produced in the US. Until its discontinuation in , the only competition that the New Yorker faced was the Chrysler Imperial, which outranked the New Yorker in size and price.

    1963 chrysler new yorker

    This massive engine was referred to as the early Hemi engine due to its hemispherical combustion chambers. This new design also reduced thermal energy loss and improved airflow which made the engine more efficient. This occurred when the nameplate was shifted to the Chrysler R platform. Redesigned with a squared-off body, the New Yorker continued to be one of Chrysler's best-selling models. It continued to keep the original V8 engine, and offered a model that featured rear wheel drive.

    The Fifth Avenue Edition also featured a two-tone being finish which further accentuated the leather trim interior, exclusive opera windowns that opened along with the rear doors, and a landau vinyl roof. The Chrysler New Yorker has faced amazing success in the four decades it has remained in the auto industry.

    America's longest continuously used nameplate, the New Yorker has kept this title for 58 years. The first generation New Yorker Special model was initially introduced as a distinct sub-series of the '38 Chrysler Imperial. Due to it soaring popularity the New Yorker became its own series for based on the same platform as the Chrysler Imperial, along the new Chrysler Saratoga.

    1963 chrysler new yorker

    In the New Yorker was debuted as a 4-door sedan with a CID Straight-8 and featured a very spacious interior in a comfortable setting. The following year the New Yorker line was expanded with 2 more Coupe versions and a 2-door sedan. For the first convertibles were debuted with the all-new body-design. This year also saw the introduction of Fluid Drive; a fluid coupling between the engine and the clutch, with the only transmission available was the basic three-speed manual.

    For the model year completely new bodies was debuted this year. The business coupe now featured the three window design. The Town Sedan was also all-new with the rear doors having the hinges at the forward edge of the doors.

    1963 Chrysler New Yorker Salon Edition 4 door Hardtop Beige



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