Tuesday, July 26, 2011

Chrysler 300C Limousine for sale on eBay

It took the few months since its official presentation at the last Detroit Auto Show (10 to 24 January 2011), to transform the second generation of the Chrysler 300C in the new cult of the tuner and processing studio specializing in mechanical and aesthetic . Among the various transformations that have affected the new flagship of the House of Auburn Hills, sold in Italy next year as the Lancia Thema, this particular version definitely stands out limousines offered for sale by a dealer of the United States on a popular site online auctions.

Aesthetically, this impressive vehicle, designed to VIP, show business personalities, or simply wealthy individuals, is distinguished by the special two-tone livery, characterized by lower body and black pillars and the roof of the car metallic gray. The huge interior, which resembles a luxurious presidential suite and finishes, is designed to comfortably accommodate up to ten people, received two generously sized sofas, upholstered in leather two-tone black-gray.

The luxury and elegance of the interior, however, made quite "kitsch" from the set of fluorescent neon lights, capable of changing colors through a special control. As you would expect from a car like that, the lucky passengers can enjoy all possible comfort accessories such as guaranteed by the ubiquitous mini-bar combined with a valuable set of champagne glasses, a powerful surround sound audio system, telephone and FAX , two multifunctional LCD screens with satellite TV and DVD player and many other accessories.

The 300C limousine is equipped with the new 3.6 liter V6 Pentastar, which delivers 286 hp and 354 Nm of torque, enough to move values the rich suppleness in total mass of the car. This sophisticated "Limo" Yankees is virtually 100% new, the odometer of the car as it reports a total run of only 71 miles (about 115 miles).

Anyone interested in purchasing or simply intrigued by the insertion, can visit the online auction site, where the car is sold with the option "buy it now" at a price of $ 78,500.

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