Friday, October 30, 2009

TV in Your 300C

Oh ya, this is cool.  I want one of these . You can get one of these in your Chrysler 300C . Cause Chrysler  just announced; that it will be the first automaker to offer in-car mobile TV with a full channel lineup. The new service, FLO TV Auto Entertainment, will bring up to 20 channels for a monthly fee that's low in comparison to existing satellite services.
Chrysler has struck a deal to bring a range of programming—not just kidstuff—into its vehicles with the Mopar mobile TV option. Available beginning in December, the system will include "something for everyone," with up to 20 channels, according to a Chrysler release, including CBS Mobile, NBC 2Go, CNBC, Comedy Central, FOX News, MSNBC, MTV, and Nickelodeon. A sweet addition  to your 300C


Thursday, October 29, 2009

All Mayor's Should Drive a 300C

This sounds like a good town to be mayor in I do believe. The mayor feels he is saving money by driving a Chrysler300C. via inner-west-courier
STRATHFIELD[Au] Council could see its next mayor whipping around the area in a Porsche.
Last year the mayor couldn’t spend more than $40,000 on a car and former mayor Keith Kwon chose not to take one at all.
Councillors passed an amended policy on expenses last week, overriding last August’s draft policy which set the limit at the luxury car tax threshold of $57,000, or up to $75,000 for fuel-efficient cars, and setting no limit on the cost of the mayoral vehicle.
Strathfield mayor Tony Maroun defended the decision, saying the amended policy was in line with provisions under the Local Government Act and the Department of Local Government’s guidelines.
“It is important to point out that council does not have any luxury cars in its fleet,” he said.
“While the maximum price of the vehicle that can be purchased for the mayor is ... around the $57,000 mark, the Chrysler 300C I use cost $43,000, which is well inside the limit.”
Cr Maroun said his car was part of the council’s overall fleet, and considerations such as the price, running costs and greenhouse emissions were all considered as part of the purchasing decision.
Independent councillor Danny Lim said Cr Maroun should not take up the offer of a car:
“What does he want next? A helicopter?”

Sunday, October 11, 2009

300C Two Tone

Sitting at the drive-in for their Saturday afternoon meet up two 300C drivers started talking to the new guy with a 2005 300C that had a rather unusual paint job. Now most paint jobs that are two toned split the upper and lower half of the auto. This one split the car in half from the top. One half of the 300C metallic red the other a lite purple. .
My buddy said "Hey," asked one, "why did you paint one side of your chrysler red and the other side purple?"

"Well," the other responded, "when I get into an accident, you should see how all the witnesses contradict each other."