3. 1969 Chrysler New Yorker
Chrysler ended the ’60s on a high note with the brand new and influential “Fuselage” styling. The rounded sides and lower, sleeker profile looked modern in comparison to other models. In fact, they used “Fuselage” styling throughout the Chrysler range. So all new full-size Mopars, including Dodge, Plymouth, and Imperial had this look.
The mechanics on the 1969 to 1971 New Yorker weren’t exactly new. But they improved the suspension, chassis, and drivetrain. The biggest engine you could get was the 440 V8, which moved this big sedan down the road with authority.