Started on May 29 by Carson

1962 Chrysler New Yorker

Here is my 1962 Chrysler New Yorker. This car is known as Bluebell. It’s not very Motorsports (aside from its fairly famous variant of it’s engine) but it is classic. I think it’ll get more love here than it is getting over on the GRM board. I’ve always thought it would look really awesome hauling an equally vintage Formula Vee or something similar. With 470 ft/lbs torque the engine is a capable hauler. All original. 35K miles, believed to be original. Push-Button automatic. 413 cu. in. wedge. Sadly, I have to get rid of her, she’s for sale.

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June 6, 2008, 9:59 p.m.

Cool car. And the 413 wedge is a great motor. A buddy of mine back in the mid/late '60's had a 2 door Plymouth with a worked over 413 and also the Torqueflite pushbutton and that thing hauled a straight line, not sure how well it turned. Good luck with the sale, it looks very clean.

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