1967 CHRYSLER New Yorker, V-8, 124

1967 CHRYSLER New Yorker, V-8, 124" wb

NEW YORKER SERIES — (V-8) — New Yorker series bodies differed from Newports and 300s in the style of the rear taillamps and rear quarter panels. Safety features included reduced glare windshield wiper arms and blades, double ball joint mirror mount and cushioned instrument panels and visors. The instrument panel was symmetrical and anchored by air conditioner vents at the extreme ends. Lights, to indicate low brake hydraulic pressure, turn signals, coolant temperature, high beam operation, and oil pressure, were placed on a horizontal plane above the speedometer assembly and below the cushioned upper dash. The front fenders differed from the other series by using parking lamp housings, in line with the grille, at the extreme forward position. The rear taillamps wrapped around the rear fenders. Standard equipment included all items found on Chrysler 300s, plus power brakes; undercoating; hood pad; light package; clock; br ...

 

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