1985 Chrysler New Yorker 2.2L turbo from North America
I guess the headgasket has a small leak in it, so it leaks a little bit of oil, but I've been religiously checking it and it just seems like a drop or two here and there.
The old owners got rear ended, so there is a small dent on the rear quarter panel, but trunk closes fine.
Clearcoat is starting to chip, but will buff out soon it'll be fine.
I bought this car a few days ago from a very old couple that have owned it for the past decade. Always been garaged!
The turbo runs good, as does the engine and transmission.
The car rides like a dream, it has all leather interior with dual power seats, power everything. Has many electronic features NOT on most new cars (temperature, directional, fuel economy, estimated time to arrival, car TALKS to you!, 6 speaker sound system, cruise control, air conditioning)
The car isnt the fastest or best handling, but for cruising, you cant beat it. Get many stares from the ladies, with one very hot girl coming up and asking for my number (she had the same year/model car except maroon)
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Don't Know
Review Date: 8th September, 2006
14th Aug 2007, 15:41
1972 I had a 1965 Chrysler New Yorker 4 dr Dark blue light blue leather seats and all the power options that Chrysler offered at the time. It was a beautiful car and attracted the attention when I would drive it anywhere. I discovered by accident when cleaning the dashboard a switch on the bottom that it turned on the re-verb that flooded the car with a echo sound. It truly added to the sound system and a option that one cannot find anywhere these days and a option that is no longer offered. I truly enjoyed my New Yorker not to mention that I was a young man at the time and a car not many young people would own. My Father helped me get the car.