Drive away. Very good original condition, clean title, California current licensed.
1949 is the first postwar all-new styling change for Chrysler, being Chrysler's 25th Anniversary model. This car was number 5,947 off the assembly line, and comes with the factory "Build Card", being originally sold by Verne Orr Motors, located in Pasadena, CA. The 1949 Chrysler New Yorker Highlander was made for stately driving. The paint is the original enamel Pearl Tan, and the interior is the original, intact, great condition Highlander Trim. Wonderful complete seats, headliner, carpet, peddles. The interior has the radio (attention needed), clock, lighter. The strong running "Spitfire" 323.5 cubic inch 135-hp Flathead inline-eight is paired with the four speed "Prestomatic" fluid drive transmission with two forward ranges, both with two speeds. It shifts great and is fun and interesting to drive, with or without using the clutch. Headlamps work, turn signals work, brake lights work, ignition key light works, windshield wiper motor works, heater fan works. New battery, new speedometer housing and cable, new vacuum advance chamber, new spark plugs, new differential front seal, new starter commutator end plate, new windshield wiper blades, new brakes. Tuned up, oil changes include; engine, transmission, rear end, lubed grease points. I have new master cylinder and replacement heater box, with core, on hand to install. Call for more details.
|Listed Price||$9,800|| |
Excluding price changes of less than $100.