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2005 Chrysler 300C
Evoking the spirit of classic Chryslers from the 1950s, and powered by a new, fuel-efficient type of Hemi, the Chrysler 300 C became the most-awarded new American car model ever.

The 300C was also a showpiece for what the new DaimlerChrysler could do, combining Mercedes-Benz suspension components and Chrysler's famous Hemi V8 engine in a powerful, sure-footed sedan.

Source: Walter P. Chrysler Museum


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