Torsion Quiet Ride, Comfort As You Drive: The 1975 Chrysler New Yorker…

Now that the '75 New Yorker is quite the collector's car, with original examples changing hands for upwards of several dozen dollars, we can understand why Jack Jones was so appreciative of the deep-tufted velour interior and 230-horse 440 under the hood. But that sticker price of $6,611 was more than a grand more… » 11/06/08 2:20pm 11/06/08 2:20pm

I've Got This Ticking Noise In My Head!

The lengthy tracking shot showing vast quantities of old European cars in Week End » 9/19/08 4:00pm 9/19/08 4:00pm was pretty cool, but when you use the words "lengthy tracking shot" and "cars" together in a sentence, you've got no choice but to bring up the opening shot in Orson Welles' 1958 . A 1956 Chrysler New Yorker convertible is the ill-fated…

1971 Chrysler Newport Royal: Makes Buying Chryslers Like Eating Salted…

The Newport Royal was priced a couple hundred bucks lower than the regular Newport; it came with less gingerbread and a 360 instead of the 383 engine, but was otherwise the same car. See, that's to get you hooked » 8/27/08 11:00am 8/27/08 11:00am on Chryslers; the guy who buys the Royal now will go on to buy a Corboba a few years later, and by now…

For All You 60's-Era Chrysler Fans, Imperial And New Yorker, Oh My!

These two 60's-era Chryslers were rolling ahead of the Woodward Dream Cruise and parked around the corner from each other at Duggan's Irish Pub, the place where we saw the same company unveil the Chysler PT Dream Cruiser Series 5. The contrast in awesomeness could not be more poignant. The wagony goodness of the New… » 8/15/08 2:00pm 8/15/08 2:00pm