Tuesday, February 15, 2011

1963 Chrysler New Yorker Limo - A Boat With A Boat On Top

I'm posting this for no other reason than it exists. It's also, in some bizarre way, pretty cool looking.

If I owned a limousine service, this would be in my fleet.

Located in Chester, NH, click here to see the Craigslist ad. (The seller writes, "please do not call about the inflatable boat". OK, I won't.)


Blair Russell said...

As I've mentioned before, my old man used to drive an early 60's 300, which looked a lot like the New Yorker at the time; one evening I saw someone driving an old beat-up New Yorker of the same era. I had no idea they ever made a limo version, but hopefully someone can save it and make it look spiffy.

Enmotors said...

The owner deleted the ad, but if you search limo on the New Hampshire site, it’s posted under another listing. I’ve never seen a stretched 300. Just like today, many coach builders will use any type of vehicle for a limo. The other day I saw a Subaru Outback with a long stretch. The car in the ad appears to be rough, but maybe salvageable. Price is cheap, hopefully someone saves it.

Just A Car Geek said...

Enmotors - Thanks for the heads up on the Craigslist ad.

I've updated the post with the new listing.


Anonymous said...

i have a 64 new yorker ive been restoring, i would love to have a limo, but my wife would kill me.
w.schrock of wisconsin