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Sebring in a Rap Video!

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Well, it's an Eve rap video....but I can't believe there is a new Sebring in a rap video. Obviously Chrysler paid for this. I don't say that because I don't think the Sebring looks good, because it looks pretty sweet with the big rims in the video......I just can't believe a rapper put a $25K car in their video. The rims alone probably cost a quarter of that.

Also, Eve is lookin pretty damn hot these days. :idhitit:

The car is at the 1:55 mark.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SJ1Y0U8hNYo

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I hate Rap something fierce...so that does nothing for me and does little to change how I feel about the car.

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That's pretty darn hot! Who was it customized by? I see a logo on the C pillar but can't really make it out. I always find it interesting looking at the sponsorship in music videos.

One that really got me was the Pontiac G8 in that Ciara video ft. 50 Cent... I was like DAMN! Fiddy pushin a G8 b4 everyone! They also really sell cameras and phones in that video.

0:18 and peppered in elsewhere.

Also, did anyone notice Beyonce's peddling of the Jaguar XK in the Irreplacable video? I couldn't tell which pouncing cat to keep my eyes on lol.

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Wow. The Sebring did look nice on those wheels, and I'm shocked to see it in the video.

Go Chrysler!

P.S. I don't care for rap. But I sometimes make exceptions.

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That's pretty darn hot! Who was it customized by? I see a logo on the C pillar but can't really make it out. I always find it interesting looking at the sponsorship in music videos.

It's Dropstars: http://www.dropstars.com/

Here are a couple screen caps for those who don't want to watch the video:

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It's not even a Limited, hence no fog lights.

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I'll admit, the side profile looks sooooo much better with larger wheels and tires. It helps the car a lot from that particular view.

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I'll admit, the side profile looks sooooo much better with larger wheels and tires. It helps the car a lot from that particular view.

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But the front still needs something...

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Decklid is way too short. Looks like a hatch still. And someone please fix the C-pillar deal.

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I'll also say that side shot is the most flattering I've seen, but it's also under harsh lighting, which effectively masks the design.

As far as Raven's post... Headlight detail? How about a completely new front end? How about a new rear end while we're at, too. :P

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From a Maserati... to a base/midline Sebring?!

Now that's ghetto. :P

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This car is still a design disaster. Chrysler needs to redesign this car as soon as possible. The major disappointment about this car is that Chrysler had a clean slate from which to give the automotive market something spectacular and this is the result. I truly believe Daimler wanted to kill off Chrysler; I know that doesn't make sense, but the appearance of this car seems to back up that belief.

I hope Cerberus can truly turn this mess around. All Daimler managed to do was to diminish the momentum that the company had built up in the 90's (excluding the current Chrysler 300 and Dodge Charger; these cars and the platform under them are the only redeeming benefits from the "merger of equals"). By the mid 90's the company had finally moved on beyond the "K car" phase and genuinely seemed to be on its way to a brigher future. In the 90's the company introduced new designs (remember the "cab forward" hype) and brought out some killer concept cars. Then along came Daimler to derail the company's focus. I wish the best of luck to Cerberus and Chrysler LLC; please restore this company to greatness, soon!

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