The Chrysler New Yorker served as the brands upscale flagship vehicle from 1940 to 1996, also holding the longest running american vehicle model nameplate. In 1962, the classic Chrysler fins that defined these cars were no longer incorporated into styling and only the 4 door chassis were produced. The same power plant (413 cu in. 6.8L V8) was used in all New Yorkers and Imperials from 1959-1965. These vehicles produced 340 hp and 470 lb-ft of torque on a single 4 barrel carburetor.