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For nearly 60 years, from 1939 until 1996, the New Yorker was the top of the line model in the Chrysler lineup. It was the largest car made by the company except for the Imperial, which was technically sold under its own brand name.
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Some of the more recent New Yorkers have been based on the M body platform made popular by the LeBaron (in the early 1980's) and then the E-body until moving to the C-body in 1988. There was also a turbocharged version called the New Yorker Turbo. The turbocharger helped push horsepower to a respectible level for a car that was so big. The final versions of the car were the LH and LHS, which were finally discontinued in 1996. These were front wheel drive cars. Most of the others were rear wheel drive. When it was discontinued, it had been using the nameplate continuously for longer than any other American car. You can still find some of these on the used car market, generally those that specialize in classic cars. You might also be able to find a few listed on eBay. They say if you can save more than $1,000 off the regular price of a car it is worth it to buy from eBay. With most cars on eBay I've found the sale price is $2,000 - $3,000 less than regular price, depending on the level of value (more savings on higher priced cars, etc).
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