Chrysler Fifth Avenues For Sale

Chrysler used the name Fifth Avenue, which evoked the wealth of the New York City street of the same name, to designate trim levels in the 1980s. The New Yorker of 1979 was the first to include a Fifth Avenue trim package, which included a special color scheme, a vinyl roof, and a leather interior. The LeBaron of the 1980s also included a Fifth Avenue trim level before the designation was dropped by Chrysler in the early 1990s. The big, luxury Fifth Avenue sedans are now becoming collectibles. You can track down one of these 1980s classics by searching the ads at FossilCars.

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