Sixth Generation of the Chrysler New Yorker

This generation of New Yorkers was debuted in 1974 and had a lot of massive slab-sided effect. They were built at a time that coincided well with the ’73 OPEC oil embargo, which contributed greatly to Chrysler’s economic struggles in the late 1970s. The...

Chrysler New Yorker Brougham Hardtop Sedan

This model enabled Chrysler Corporation to establish itself as a producer of luxury cars. The New Yorker name was retained by Chrysler from the 1940 model years all along with a series of K-car and, Eagle Premier based in the 1980s and the 90s. The best of the...

1964-1966 Imperial Model Years

1964 was the first complete year of Engel’s designs on Imperials. He dropped the squared-off steering wheel and the electroluminescent dash lights giving the dashboard a conventional look and the ribbon-style speedometer was unchanged. He adopted the split grille...

The 1961-1964 Model Years Imperials

1961 brought a new front end with free-standing headlights on short stalks in the front fenders a style used in the 1930’s Chryslers favored by Exner. He maintained the look of the modern and largest tailfins ever. Interior highlights were an improved dash layout...

1960 Imperial Model Year

This model year adopted another styling that featured front fascia that had a swooping bumper, gaping mesh grille, large chrome eagle, and quad headlights and taller rear fins. At the peak of the soaring fins was a bullet style tail lamp with a chrome ring around it....