Chrysler New Yorker
For 1960, the Chrysler engineers and designers tried to offer one of the best, most elegant sedans on the market. Offered in three trim levels, the Saratoga, Windsor and New Yorker, the 1960 Chrysler featured a new engineering achievement they called unibody construction. Back in the day, most new cars featured the classic body on frame construction. However, it was rugged, but heavy and had limited development potential. So, unibody construction was a winner for Chrysler in their popular New Yorker.