About Chrysler 300M

    The Chrysler 300M was introduced in time for the 1999 model year as a front-wheel drive sports sedan. When it first premiered, the 300M was outfitted with a 3.5L V6 engine which produced up to 255 horsepower and was mated to a four-speed automatic transmission. It was constructed on the Chrysler's LH platform along with the Concorde, Eagle Vision, and Dodge Intrepid. It was also related to the Concorde in that the 300M was purposely designed with a shorter wheelbase in order to make it more attractive for the prospective European car buyers. As for the model's dimensions, the Chrysler 300M measured in with a wheelbase of 113 inches, a width of 74.4 inches, a height of 56 inches, and an overall length of 197.8 inches.

    The 300M shared the 3.6L V6 with the R/T and the Plymouth Prowler, but the engine would not appear in another Chrysler vehicle until the Pacifica's debut in 2004. Over the first few years, the automaker did not institute too many changes to the Chrysler 300M parts. The biggest addition to the 300M lineup came in 2002, when the Special was released. The Chrysler 300M Special showed off an even more luxurious style and accessories, displaying carbon fiber and woodgrain trim inside the model as well as "Waterfall" leather upholstery, dual-exhaust, 18" wheels, and xenon HID headlights. Also making its way onto the roster was the 300M Pro-Am, offering a two-toned leather interior and an Infinity sound-system.

    2003 welcomed in a new six-disc CD changer along with new color choices for the exterior. A year later, the Chrysler 300M Platinum Series hit dealer lots in order to commemorate Chrysler's 20th anniversary of its successful line of minivans. Platinum Series versions of the 300M were available in special colors such as Graphite Metallic, Bright Silver Metallic, and Brilliant Black Crystal. The model also featured chrome door handles, 17" chrome wheels, Sirius satellite radio, leather seats, chrome/platinum clad wheels, and distinctive badging in the list of standard Chrysler 300M parts. Base 300Ms received an optional DVD-based navigation system and optional Sirius satellite radio. Production of the car was discontinued following the 2004 model year, but the 300M made an impression during its time in assembly, as it was named Motor Trend magazine's Car of the Year (1999) and to Car and Driver's vaunted Ten Best List (1999, 2000).

    Comfort. Luxury. Independence. The Chrysler 300M delivers it all, as this American standout is still going strong after all these years. Equipped with enough amenities to stand up with any contemporary heavyweight with the kind of comfort drivers usually expect in ultra-upscale foreign machines, the 300M gave Chrysler a VIP-level image for the automaker to hang its hat on. Plus, this car has shown off the bold performance necessary to back it up.

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    Top Show Cars: 2002 Chrysler 300M
    Top Show Cars: 2002 Chrysler 300M

    Recently, a popular web magazine for car enthusiasts Car Audio named Justin Efkowitz’s 2002 Chrysler 300M one of the most impressive show cars with extreme audio. Striking airbrushed graphics and 22’’ Davin rims are only the tip of the iceberg that makes this custom 300M a one-of-a-kind show car.

    The vehicle features some of the most unique modifications both inside and out. For instance, it sports a totally unique way of entry into the car provided by the absent seam between the front and rear doors. The B-pillars have been removed as well, in order to let the doors motorize straight out, then swing up to allow entry into the vehicle. This extraordinary door setup was one of the major challenges faced by Tweeter’s Mobile Fabrication Team during the build.

    The 300M’s interior was fully hand built by the installation team during seven weeks out of the 19-week total build time. The foundation for the powerful multimedia system is laid by a 10-inch Xenarc touchscreen monitor, an Alpine CDA-9855 source unit, an Apple MacMini computer, and an iPod dock for an additional audio and sole video source. To complement the powerful front and rear audio stage (includes the Alpine PXA-H701 processor, five Audison amplifiers, a pair of Focal 6 1/2" midbass drivers, and a single Beryllium tweeter), two separate sub enclosures were built into the 300M for the much-needed low-frequency response. The finishing touches to the ‘02 Chrysler 300M include numerous neon lights, custom Corbeau racing seats, and a custom steering wheel that were finished in hues that echo the rest of the vehicle.

    Justin Efkowitz's plan for the 300M is to hit as many shows as possible this year before making some changes for next year.