Here we go again! Another Brougham Era Brougham, with gargantuan size, room, gas-sucking 440 CID powerplant hitched to a creamy smooth TorqueFlite automatic, and exceedingly plush interior you can sleep eight people in! This week’s find is being sold by my friend Anthony Rose, who sells vintage Broughamage, and not so vintage Broughamage, like a pristine 1993 Sedan de Ville in Taupe with matching interior and factory alloys and whitewalls recently sold to a happy local motorist.
But never mind that, today it’s time to be in a New Yorker state of mind, with apologies to Billy Joel.
As Anthony related: “Take a look at this 1 owner all original 1973 Chrysler New Yorker Brougham. We acquired this vehicle from a good friend’s father in law who recently passed. This was truly his baby.”
“Bought new at Shivley Motors in Chambersburg PA, we have every stitch of paperwork from new. It’s got just over 59,000 original miles and is equipped with A/C, PW, PL, P seat, AM/FM/Stereo and more.”
“The body is Rust Free and the original Blue Sky paint is Gorgeous with the white vinyl top and it still retains the painted on pinstripe. The interior is absolutely incredible and has never been smoked in. The 440 ci V8 runs and drives like the day it was born. The original spare in the trunk has never been out.”
“Location is Cleveland Ohio. $12,995.00. Call/text me at 216.470.8844.”
I love these Fuselage-era full-size Chryslers. My buddy in Spokane, Jason Bagge, who recently acquired that maroon ’73 Luxury LeMans coupe, has a ’73 Imperial LeBaron four-door hardtop on the way to his home base, which will probably be written up here in the near future as well. But in the meantime, bask in the glory of this survivor New Yorker Brougham!