Super Yorker on eBay: It's one bad mother- SHUT YO' MOUTH!

And when it comes to the ladies, he's outta SIGHT!

This dude is bad! He’s the smoothest, baddest mother ever to hit the streets! And he ain’t just any 1969 New Yorker, he’s Super Yorker! Yeah.

He's a complicated man. No one understands him but his woman.

He drives a twelve-thousand dollar car, wears a hundred-dollar suit, knows all the right moves, and when it comes to women, they come to him. He’s the man that would risk his neck for his brotha man. The cat that won’t cop out when there’s danger all about. He’s one mean, lean, super-cool sex machine!

Uptown, downtown, crowned and renowned!

So if you crave satisfaction, then dig this action! Super hood, super high, super dude, Super Yorker! Guaranteed to be an attraction!

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  1. I never liked the two-door body style as much, but that's obviously a minor complaint.
    The only thing that bothers me is that people are still destroying good-condition Imperials. Seriously, demo-derbiers. Fuck off back to your late-'80s Panthers and shit, and leave the classics and the well-preserved stuff alone. I get a bit heated about this…

    1. Same can be said for '71-'76 GM wagons with the disappearing tailgates; saw a '74 Buick Estate Wagon at the L.A. Roadster Show swap meet yesterday for sale for $9,500, but it was in really, really nice shape. Hell, I rushed right past a couple of rather cute models dressed in pink tank tops and shorts that were cut up-to-here who were posing with a prewar Ford convertible parked next to it to check out the wagon.
      No, I am straight. Thanks for asking.

      1. Very true. They're in the same category as those old Imperials insofar as that I'd love to own one, love to drive one, but that they're not the most practical vehicles and the cost of fuel would quickly rain upon my parade.

  2. A land barge. I had a '69 Dodge Coronet 440 that's a bit smaller than this thing (I think, I ain't checkin') and it drove like a lumber wagon with all of the road feel of an R/C car in the steering. Fast in a straight line, but watch that first corner. Anyway, what's the deal with that paint scheme? It looks like the guy wanted wood grain but couldn't find or afford the decals from a station wagon. The car wasn't a bad color until he did that to it. The interior looks in very good shape, and I could probably get used to the color. Lots of room in those things, good for doing this and that with the old lady.

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