It’s funny, ever since I stopped regularly writing two years or so ago, I keep stumbling on old photo files and finding cars shot years ago that I totally forgot about. Whenever I see an interesting old car, I get all excited and think “I will write this up tonight! It’s so cool!” Then three or four years go by. Such is the case with this 1969 full-size Plymouth. Continue Reading →
Today, we discuss the early 1970s Chrysler New Yorker. Yes, the “Fuselage” full-size Mopars, which were first introduced in autumn 1968 as ’69 models. It was a brand new look for the big Mopars, which had been rather square-rigged from 1965 to 1968. But now, from Plymouth to cream-of-the-crop Imperial, curviness and smooth lines were the order of the day.