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1956 Chrysler New Yorker.. Barn Find (No Reserve)

Make: Chrysler
Model: New Yorker
Trim: 049
Year: 1956
Mileage: 24,000
VIN: n56l3265
Color: Black
Engine: 354 CU Hemi
Fuel: Gasoline
Drive type: FWD
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Punta Gorda, Florida, United States

1956 Chrysler New Yorker Additional Info:

1956 Chrysler New Yorker #'s matching barn find. Still has 354 Cu Hemi Motor. Vehicle is complete and ran up until about a year ago and has been parked under a car port since then. Frame solid, floor pans solid, there is surface rust here and there and on the chrome. There are some extra parts included misc stuff, pads, trim pieces, etc. Only items I noticed to be missing were a passenger side mirror and the door handle. Bill of Sale.. I am selling the vehicle for a friend whom purchased it from his grandfather a few years back.. The title while clear is currently whereabouts unknown so more than likely a duplicate would have to be ordered. Other than that what you see is what you get. No Reserve.. Vehicle is being sold as is, complete and will not be parted out.

On Mar-23-16 at 08:48:31 PDT, seller added the following information:

This car is originally from pomona? California.. Apparently his grandfather used to rent it out for hollywood movie rolls. What movies I have no idea, may be something cool to research or find out in the future.

On Mar-23-16 at 09:52:29 PDT, seller added the following information:

A question was asked about the options tag not being attached for the photo. The answer is that I removed it in order to get the photo ands clean it up as it sits in the engine compartment on drivers side firewall behind a group of hoses. In its original location and condition it was impossible to get a clear photo due to the angle, road grime and paint. I removed the tag, cleaned it with a green scratch pad and dish soap, then used 600 sand paper to remove paint from number faces to make more visible and to give potential purchasers more info. Plate was held in place with two screws that were painted onto the firewall. It looks as though the engine bat may have been repainted at some point over the last sixty years ands the plate was removed once before as there is an extra hole where an original rivet may have been. Either way it fits correctly in its location. Hope that helps..

On Mar-23-16 at 17:05:43 PDT, seller added the following information: