Chrysler New Yorker Deluxe

The New Yorker Deluxe 1954, was added a four-barrel carburetor increasing its power to 235hp and a very powerful engine. New Yorker convertible was the most expensive car then in the 300 series by Chrysler and only 950 cars were built making it a rare variety and only...

The 1953 New Yorker Sedan

In 1951, Chrysler was highly interested in the V-8 power race introducing the “Hemi’ V-8 in their Saratoga and New Yorker design lines. Hemi was one of the most powerful engines available in the industry. But Chrysler who was a conservatism decided not to change the...

Chrysler Imperial Parade Phaeton

In 1952, Chrysler produced three Chrysler Imperial Parade Phaetons which were ceremonial vehicles. This was after the Second World War and people’s lives were transitioning from that of tension and fear to a hopeful future. The automotive industry was not left behind...

Chrysler New Yorker 1953

Chrysler was willing to convert the then market from a dealer’s-oriented market to a consumer’s kind of market. The car was made from a buyer’s perspective, that is, a financially affordable car, the buyer’s appreciated Chrysler’s reputation for innovation and the...

Classic Car Craze: The Prestige Of 1953

1953 was a big year for many different things, as World War two was freshly over, and many places were still trying to rebuild and recover from the shortages and damage of the war. The United States wasn’t without wartime troubles, but 1953 would begin to usher...