1972 Chrysler New Yorker 2 Door Brougham with Chrysler's 440 Engine w/4 Barrell

1972 Chrysler New Yorker 2 Door New Yorker Brougham Coupe

Condition: Used
Make: Chrysler
Model: New Yorker
SubModel: 2 Door New Yorker Brougham Coupe
Type: Coupe
Trim: Brougham
Year: 1972
Mileage: 74,211
VIN: CS23T2C126889
Color: Brown
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Automatic
Drive type: RWD
Interior color: Tan
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Lomita, California, United States
Extras
Air Conditioning, Cruise Control, Power Locks, Power Windows
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Description for Chrysler New Yorker 1972

The Car That Made a Difference
I am an automotive broker. I have been brought in especially for this very unusual and rare car. I have used my digital camera to take all the photos myself. None of the pictures have been touched up or photoshopped. The photos depict the actual car as it looks today.
I would like to present to you for the first time for sale, ince it was first sold, his well kept 1972 Chrysler New Yorker 2 Door Brougham. Unbelieveable! It only has 74,211 original miles! It is all original. The paint shines so brightly it's hard to imagine, hat it is the original paint that has lasted more than four decades. It has always been garaged since it was purchased off the showroom floor. The original 440 cubic inch engine wih the original 4 barrell carburator, till work as they did in back in 1972. The interior is still nice and very comfortable, our standard AM/FM Stereo, ith power windows and power door locks working as designed. This car is equipped with the ultra rare chromed steel vented wheels with matching center cap and beauty ring. The trunk is big enough to put luggage, few bicycles, nd groceries. Both the front and back seats have the luxury of plenty of legroom while seated.
Mr."C", ived in Southern California most of his life and career. His retirement was coming soon, nd wanted to buy a car that had it all and that it would last. He researched all the cars at the time to find the right car for him. His wife had passed on and thought he wanted a sports car, ut he wanted a back seat too, o take his buddies out to dinner. He felt he no longer needed 4 doors. He spent days, nd several trips to a few dealerships in and around town. He finally found his dream car! Yes, e found a car built tough and fast, e found the 1972 New Yorker Brougham and fell in love with it. He got every accessory on it that he could afford. He paid cash for it and drove it home. He was so proud. He loved the car and kept it cleaned and detailed all the time, ept up all the services during all those years. Soon the car passed to his son, ho is now in his seventies and has kept the car just as his dad has all these years. It took a lot to think about selling dad's car, u, he son no longer had space to keep it. He contacted me and asked if I could sell his father's pride and joy on ebay, o that the world could have a chance to see what a car looks like when its taken care of, y somebody who loved their car. I present this car to the world to see. The very last of the real muscle car era, ave a look and tell me what you see?
Chrysler for 1972
The high-output 440 engine with the 4 barrell carburator, ild cam and dual exhausts was marketed as the Magnum in Dodges, he Super Commando in Plymouths, nd the TNT in Chryslers. From 1972 to 1974, he engines were re designed to run on unleaded-gasoline and were rated with a 280 net horsepower. This horsepower rating was limited only to the Chrysler New Yorkers, ewports and the Dodge Monaco Police cars and Plymouth Fury Police Cars. These engines were available also for marine application during those years. The RB 440 engine blue prints were sold off as part of the financial reforms spearheaded by Lee Iacocca in order to stabilize the company's finances.
This is how to get the car in your garage, he Terms
The 1972 Chrysler New Yorker Brougham is being sold in "as is" condition. There are no warranties or garanties otherwise or implied. There are no returns, xchanges or refunds of any kind. You must have a pay pal account. You must have more than (10) ten positive feedbacks on your ebay account, r your bid will be removed. You must ask permission to bid, f you have under ten positive feedbacks. We work closely with ebay and we follow and endorse their rules and regulations. The reserve has been set at a reasonable and fair price, nd we feel that there is no reason to mention that, r it would defeat the auction purpose. We require a $1,000.00 NON-REFUNDABLE DEPOSIT, HROUGH PAY PAL, ITH IN 24 HOURS OF AUCTION END. WE REQUIRE REMAINDER PAYMENT IN FULL WITH IN 7 DAYS OF AUCTION END.Payment is to be paid by cash, ashiers check or the best way we have found is the best form of payment is DIRECT BANK WIRE, here there is paper trail from Bank to Bank. We are open to discussion on price and offer can be taken to the owner for consideration. Once the auction has ended, ou will need to contact Al, t 213-400-6066, nd he will handle the final transaction. If you do need advice on shipping we do have some brokers available that can give you an estimate based on zip code. If you need overseas shipping, e can help you locate one that might do the best for you. We want to make sure that you read this auction completely and in its entirety, f nothing more, han complete clarity, o that there are no missunderstandings of any kind. We have done our best to describe the New Yorker Brougham, o the best of our ability. Feel free to ask any questions that you need or even call and we will do our best to make sure your questions are answered. Thank you for your interest, nd good luck bidding!!!