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Category: Domestic
Status: Clean Title

I have a 1986 Chrysler New Yorker Turbo for sale, in USA - Pennsylvania.

Mileage: 38,xxx miles

Asking price is $$3250 obo

1986 New Yorker 38,xxx original miles
Fully loaded- leather, power everything, cruise, tilt, climate control, digital talking dash, etc.
2.2L Turbo, Automatic

Car is located in PA, zip code 19008

2 Owners, 1 Family
Maintained by the same family mechanic since new- my father
Original bill of sale broadcast sheet, plenty of receipts
Over $2,250 in parts within the past 3,000 miles for restoration
Asking $3,250 or serious offers considered

This car was my great aunts. Before she passed the car sat for about two years. When I bought it from the estate, I replaced or refurbished nearly everything on the car that had any issue what so ever.

Parts/service with less than 3k miles on them:
Instrument cluster professionally rebuilt
Tune up, Coolant system service
Motor and Transmission mounts
Transmission serviced
Oxygen sensor
Complete front suspension overhaul-Dual Pivot K member swap, controls arms, 1 1/16” sway bar, custom sway bar mounts
PolyBushings control arm and sway bar bushings
Vacuum system re- plumbed with nylon tubing and push connectors
Headliner and Overhead console professionally recovered
Timing belt
Valve Job/Valve Guides
Head Gasket (as well as every other top end gasket)

The good:
Starts right up, decent up on gas, cheap insurance, comfortable, inexpensive parts/service, interior is in perfect condition, car runs like a top and I don’t hesitate to drive anywhere or any distance.

The bad:
Chips and scratches on paint job were poorly touched up by my great uncle years ago.
The tabs that retain one of the center caps are broke. Needs a new spring steel clip bent up and riveted on, still have original cap.

Large photo album: http://s1265.photobucket.com/albums/jj514/86newyorker/

Email me: [email protected]



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