This well-preserved 1987 Chrysler Fifth Avenue comes from a long line of full-sized luxury sedans featuring classy styling, luxurious interiors, and smooth suspensions for a supple ride. This Black on Light Gray sedan is all-original and has had only one owner since new, who enjoyed it for 39,457 miles and carefully stored in when not in use,
The 5.2-liter V-8 features a two-barrel carburetor with lean-burn engine management, a roller camshaft, and 9.1:1 compression ratio, and was rated at 140 hp at 3,600 rpm and 265 lb-ft of torque at 1,600 rpm when new. The selling dealer states that the engine is “all-original” and “starts, runs, and performs well without any smoke.” The TorqueFlite A727 three-speed automatic transmission is said to “shift well.”The Black paint remains original on this example, per the selling dealer, who states that there are small scuffs and scratches in various locations due to normal use. All lamp assemblies, bumper fillers, and chromed items appear to be in very good condition and the original simulated crystal hood ornament still sits on top of the tall grille. The factory-installed landau-style black vinyl top presents very well, in the photos, and complements the polished stainless-steel band that was last installed by the production team in Kenosha, Wisconsin.
The Light Gray leather interior is said to “all-original” and shows minimal wear. All power amenities are fully functional, according to the seller, and the two-spoke steering wheel overlooks the instrument panel that monitors fuel level, coolant temperature, and battery voltage. The 85-mph speedometer shows 39,457 miles. The AM/FM/cassette stereo, air conditioning, and heater systems are said to be in good working order.