These are new pictures;
just taken after the new paint job the car just received
Profile shot of the
A couple shots of the
front end. The rounded look was new for '92, and IMO improves the
cars' looks a lot.
The rear, comlete with
pentastar trunk badge. The original was broken, so I replaced it. It
too 'got rounded' in '92. I think the curve of the taillight
complements the curve of the roof.
Following are assorted shots of the interior:
This one is the best shot
of the center console (behind and below the steering wheel).
Cupholders are built in the center armrests. The interior didn't
change during the Fifth's run. However, in the debut year of 1990 the
'little brother' New Yorkers received a facelifted dash, so the Fifth
started off life with the updated dashboard. There wasn't a whole lot
of change; for comparison here are a couple pics of a 1989 New Yorker
Notice the harsher angles
and the different (non-airbag) steering wheel.
This is where the Fifth
stood out; the back seat. Acres of room back there!