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1986 Chrysler New Yorker Turbo: It talks the talk

The Chrysler New Yorker had one heck of a long life. For decades it was simply Chrysler's finest, with the exception of the Imperial. An equivalent to the Oldsmobile Ninety-Eight, Buick Electra, and Mercury Marquis. Nice. Very nice. But not quite in the Cadillac or Lincoln league, though some folks might dispute that, depending on the model year.
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Reinhold_Weege
Instructor

The hood vents were there to allow underhood heat to escape from the turbo when the engine was shutdown.