1973 Chrysler New YorkerReview
The Cost Of Luxury — I brought this car back to life after it sat for a few years in a Cupertino garage. I gave it new tires, rebuilt the carburetor, and installed a new starter motor and solenoid, along with several cosmetic applications.
Pros: Power windows, seats, steering, and brakes, remote mirrors, AM/FM radio with 8-track player, vinyl upholstery, and a powerful 440ci power plant, if you have the money to maintain it.
Cons: Massive mechanical work required, ugly dent on rear passenger side, hole in the roof vinyl.
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