Sat at the top of the Chrysler line for 1967 was their beautiful New Yorker. In addition to more luxury and better appointments, it differed slightly from the lesser Newport and 300 models with unique rear quarter panels and wraparound taillight assembly.
Standard equipment included power steering, power brakes and TorqueFlite automatic transmission.
This New Yorker is a 4-door hardtop (pilarless sedan), it outsold the 4-door sedan by over double.
Painted in factory Persian White this car still has the factory padded vinyl roof pillar appliqué that was only seen on the 4-door hardtop.
New Yorker interiors were luxurious with deep-pile carpeting, wood inserts in the door panels and there were pull down arm rests front and rear.
The deluxe steering wheel was another standard item on the New Yorker as was the electric clock (other models offered it at $19). The AM radio you see in the center was a $91 option though. This particular car also benefits from powered windows which would have cost the original owner an additional $106.
Under the hood sits the factory 440 cubic inch V8 with 4-barrel carburetor that produces 350 horsepower.
Chrysler sold 21,665 4-door hardtop New Yorker models for the 1967 model year at a base price of $4,430.
This Chrysler is currently for sale on eBay. (follow the link for even more photos)