1963 CHRYSLER New Yorker Series, V-8

1963 CHRYSLER New Yorker Series, V-8

NEW YORKER SERIES — (V-8) — The New Yorker displayed the crisp, new custom look emphasized in 1963 advertising. A thin beltline molding ran from front to rear and the unusual New Yorker trim bars were now found on the front fender, behind the wheel opening and below the New Yorker nameplate. The number of trim bars was reduced to six. Interiors featured deeply quilted, luxurious Jacquard fabrics and soft durable vinyl trim. The grille was divided into two halves and eggcrate style inserts, reminiscent of the earlier 1955 and 1956 Imperials, added to the custom look. Wheelbase this year matched the other less expensive lines wearing the Chrysler nameplates. A four-door hardtop Salon option was offered with a luxurious interior, vinyl roof and special side trim plus ‘Salon’ nameplates.

 

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