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Old 03-06-2004, 03:17 AM   #1
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Default New 300C

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When it came to styling the new Chrysler 300C, Chrysler ditched all notions of a cab forward, front-wheel drive design to go with some old school flavor which is why they went with a long hood, short deck and rear-drive architecture coupled with a Hemi V8. The car is rumored to produce over 300 hp and will come complete with an “auto-stick” feature, independent suspension and massive twenty inch wheels which will be wearing 245/45/20’* up front and 275/40/20’* out back. From the looks of it, the 300C might actually be able to fit 22-inch wheels but we’ll have to wait and see if Chrysler will actually build it. Rumor has it that Chrysler will debut the car on the original 300'* 50th anniversary, which would mean early in 2004. – J. Jarasa
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