The `57 Chrysler 300C is an iconic American automobile and this example sets the benchmark for all others. The crew at Custom Concepts spent hundreds of hours working every inch of the sheetmetal to absolute perfection before applying the striking PPG cream over custom orange paint. The car is powered by a 494 cubic inch Hemi from Dick Landy Industries backed up to a 727 Torqueflite transmission by A1 with a Gear Vendors overdrive unit. The flawless body sits on a chassis sporting a 9" posi rear with custom Wilwood brakes adapted to the OE spindles by the talented crew at Airtech Automotive in Fresno, CA., along with a custom 605 power steering box conversion. The Airtech staff was also responsible for the incredible amount of custom touches throughout the car including a custom dash with Classic Instruments, a one-off custom cold air induction system that matches the overall theme, air conditioning, custom billet grille, complete wiring, and assembly. The car rolls on 18 and 20-inch custom rims from Intro. A custom interior from Craig Renn rounds out the package. This stunning car has been featured in the August 2005 issue of Rod & Custom Magazine and prominently featured in the Mopar booth at the 2007 SEMA Show in Las Vegas.


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