In 1955, Chrysler introduced the New Yorker Deluxe Station Wagon. Though production numbers seem to vary, most would agree that just over 1,000 of these grand station wagons were manufactured--about 1,036. How many have actually survived is anyone’s guess, some believe only a hand-full; perhaps less than ten. These cars were equipped with the 331 cubic inch Hemi engine developing 250 horse power; the same engine that powered the opulent 1955 Imperial coupe and the balance of the New Yorker line-up. These Wagons were the most expensive station wagons of their day selling for nearly $5,000.00; a rather hefty amount for the time. This car is a great candidate for full restoration. Included with the car are many extra parts including a new tailgate, lenses, script and more. Less than 6000 miles on a rebuilt motor and transmission. The motor was rebuilt around 2000.
1955 Chrysler New Yorker T&C--SOLD (Belgium) - $0
|Body||New Yorker Deluxe Town & Country Wagon|
|Steering Wheel||Power Steering|
|Engine||331ci Hemi 250hp|
|Brakes||4 Wheel Drum (Power)|
|Transmission||3 Speed Automatic|
|Fuel||Single 4 Barrel Carberator|