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Although the Fifth Avenue name was first used on the largest Chryslers starting in 1979, it did not become its own model line until 1983. Production ended on this line in 1993.
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Starting in 1983, the Fifth Avenue became its own model line built on the M body platform. The first generation was a rear wheel drive vehicle, making it the last Chrysler to have rear wheel drive until the 300 series was restarted in 2005. These first gen. Fifth Avenues were powered by a 5.2 L V8 engine with a Torqueflite automatic transmission. The engine was downsized to a 3.3 L or optional 3.8 L V6 with the second generations, which were actually a part of the New Yorker model line. They kept the original feel of the interior, which included heavily padded seats that felt like fluffy couch cushions. The second gen. was replaced by the Concorde and the remodeled New Yorker in 1994. If you are looking to buy a used Fifth Avenue you can always try your luck on eBay, where they sell for $500 to $2,000, if you can find one listed. You can also usually find parts listed there for a lot less than auto supply stores.
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