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BrewSwillis

Chrysler Vehicles @ SEMA

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I like the 300s wheels. Otherwise, who cares? That grille isn't anything you can't get at your authorized Chrysler/Jeep dealership and the paint job? Its not a Bugatti or a '57 'Vette. The paint scheme doesn't even follow any creases or lines on the car. Boo.

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I like the 300s wheels. Otherwise, who cares? That grille isn't anything you can't get at your authorized Chrysler/Jeep dealership and the paint job? Its not a Bugatti or a '57 'Vette. The paint scheme doesn't even follow any creases or lines on the car. Boo.

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Yeah, I know. I was thinking that it's not a Chrysler retro design cue, and it doesn't follow any body lines.....but for some reason, I just think it looks cool. It seems to make the car look alot longer.

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I don't like the rounded "corner" of the 300 paint job. For such a blocky car, it needs more of a point. And agreed about the lack of bodyline flow. But that's where a bodyline SHOULD have gone, if Chrysler designers hadn't spent 95% of their time designing the grille and headlights.

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I don't like the rounded "corner" of the 300 paint job.  For such a blocky car, it needs more of a point.  And agreed about the lack of bodyline flow.  But that's where a bodyline SHOULD have gone, if Chrysler designers hadn't spent 95% of their time designing the grille and headlights.

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They gotta leave something for a refresh?

:lol:

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