1950 Chrysler New Yorker
This 1950 Chrysler New Yorker is a true survivor with 37,000 original miles. The car was purchased new in Stroughton, Wisconsin by a bank auditor, to be driven by his chauffeur. However, shortly after purchase, he died. His wife then dismissed the chauffeur, and parked the car until she passed in 1990. A mortuary company purchased the car from the estate, and used it occasionally for their business, chauffeur driven. In 2011, a collector purchased the New Yorker, and has owned it until 2013.
The original owner had the dealership install seat covers prior to delivery, and they were only recently removed, revealing the great condition original upholstery. The fluid-drive transmission shifts as it should, andd drives very smoothly. The car has the original carpets, trunk rug, head liner, as well as seats. The paint is original with the exception of some spot repair. The passenger door was damaged at some point, and has been properly repaired and repainted.