1965 Chrysler New YorkerReview
I Wouldn't Trade It For Anything — Performance- In a straight line this car is awesome! as long as you don't have to steer or stop. Even with an auto it'll burn rubber until it shifts into 2nd even without hitting the brakes. Build Quality- The mechanics are tough as nails, its been reverse dropped and forward dropped many times and still drives great, the original 413 was still running and had never been rebuilt when I pulled it out in favor of a 440 Appearance- Its boxy, but it has style, I love the interior. You have to be brave to drive a car that has so many implements of death bolted to the interior. Its extremely fun to drive because I never worry about breaking it, drive it hard then put it away till the next time you want to beat on it.
Primary Use: Sport/fun (spirited driving, track racing, off-roading, etc.)
Pros: Cheap to buy, and it floats like a boat down the road
Cons: Gas mileage is a killer
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