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1994 Chrysler New Yorker

1994 Chrysler New Yorker in The Ghost Writer, Movie, 2010 IMDB

Class: Cars, Sedan — Model origin: US — Built in: CA

1994 Chrysler New Yorker

[*][*] Minor action vehicle or used in only a short scene

Comments about this vehicle


ford_guy US

2010-09-06 10:35


When the Ghost Writer and the agents reach the boat, this Chrysler used by the unknown agents turns into a Chrysler 300.

cibup ES

2010-09-06 11:29


New Yorker or LHS. Both built in Canada

cieraguy US

2010-09-07 23:25


The only difference on the rear of these cars is what is written on the white reflector between the tail lights. New Yorkers say "CHRYSLER" on the left and "NEW YORKER" on the right. The LHS simply says "CHRYSLER" in the center. Personally, it's too blurry for me to tell.

cibup ES

2010-09-08 00:31


In Spain was always named Chrysler New Yorker, so it's impossible for me.

-- Last edit: 2010-09-08 00:32:17

LeathermanCraig US

2011-06-15 19:34


If it's US based, it's probably the New Yorker. The LHS had the name on the rear quarter, just below & in front of the tail lights; since it's blurred, it's hard to know for sure.


2011-08-29 17:11


[Image: ghostwriterchrysler2.2420.jpg]

-- Last edit: 2011-08-29 23:07:37


2011-08-29 23:08


From wikipedia:

"little separated New Yorker from LHS in appearance, with New Yorker's chrome exterior trim, gray body cladding, optional chrome wheel covers, column shifter and front bench seat, being the only noticeable differences."

So according to this, this must be an LHS because it doesn't have the grey body cladding.

deebugdabear15 US

2012-01-19 15:44


i have a lhs, thats definetly a newyorker

Purzel89 DE

2016-01-19 15:26


:think: Could this have been filmed in Germany? The post box is US, but that could have been set there to make it look american. Stop signs look the same in USA and Germany.

If you look very closely it has writings on the left and right of that white stripe. That makes it a New Yorker. Anyway... gray body cladding? LHS has that too:


-- Last edit: 2016-01-19 15:29:23

Baube QC

2016-01-19 15:45


agree for New Yorker. saw one many times ( my mom's boyfriend had a 1995 one )
Link to "bestcarmag.com" New Yorker
http://images.gtcarlot.com/pictures/17248947.jpg LHS
LHS has Chrysler only in the middle of that white bar that Purzel89 is talking about

-- Last edit: 2016-01-19 15:46:51

Purzel89 DE

2016-01-21 19:27


Oh and ignore my idea of filming location. According to Gag Halfrunts comment on the main page this scene was filmed in Massachussetts.

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