New Yorker Ninth Generation

It was launched in 1983 and the Chrysler line was becoming complicated as the New Yorker name was getting used in two different models. The M-body car became the New Yorker Fifth Edition which lasted for one year and was replaced by 'Fifth Avenue' which was used up to...

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Chrysler’s Seventh Generation

It was introduced in 1979. It was also Chrysler’s Fifth Avenue and it started as a sub-model of New Yorker and the nameplate was shifted to the Chrysler R platform. The New Yorker used a 318 V8 engine and the 360 engine was optional. Cars on this model year were...

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Chrysler’s Town and Country Wagon

Chrysler's Town and Country New Yorker station wagon was America's top prestige station wagon throughout the 1950s and 60s. Prices were above $5,000 with the New Yorker representing the esteem of the wagon-making craft. For 1959, the New Yorker was a perfect example...

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Lincoln Mark Models

1959 only a few changes were made on Lincoln and Continentals. Premiere convertible was moved to 1958 Continental Mark III line, and the four-door sedan and the two and four-door hardtops were left in Capri and Premiere trim. They all were moved back in 1959 when...

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