Chrysler 300 Customizing Tips - Build Your Dream Car One Accessory at A Time
Article by Jojo Brando
You have managed to purchase your dream car, you finally have managed to save enough money to buy a Chrysler 300, but you have decided you need to be unique and different, just like your personality. You want to spin the 300 your way. If you have decided to modify your ride there are some Chrysler 300 customizing tips that you should take into consideration.
The first thing you need to consider is exactly what you want your ride to look like. Go ahead and dream, even if you can't afford to do it right away. You probably didn't save for the car overnight and modifying it will not happen either way. Picture your car decked out the way you want it and keep that mental image in your head.
You may also want to shop around a little at the different car shows and see if there is a car that is similar to the way you want yours to look. Take pictures of things you see that you like, even if you end up building your car from a dozen different ideas on a dozen different cars. Make yours the culmination of all the items you have admired on other peoples rides.
Once you have that image in mind and know what exactly you want your 300 to look like, then start shopping around at the different suppliers of accessories and modifying kits. You can do this by checking out retail suppliers in your area you can also find many suppliers of modifying parts on the internet. Be sure to comparison shop on the prices of the parts you want.
It is a great idea to set up a bulletin board and place a picture of your car in the middle of it, then post the pictures of the different parts you want around it. As you get the prices of the parts you can write the prices on that picture. This will give you a visual of the goals you have for modifying your 300.
Naturally as you figure out what you want and how much you want to pay, you should budget for it. It is a great idea to list the prices on a separate sheet of paper and post that paper on your bulletin board, as you save the money for that part, check it off.
It is also a good idea to be checking the different suppliers to see if they are running any specials. If you find a price you can't beat, then you may want to go ahead and buy that part and just wait to install it till you have everything you want. You can go ahead and add the parts to your 300 as you get them, but if you place the parts on the car and then add new ones later, the parts you installed first have the chance of getting damaged or scratched before you have a chance to do the rest of the car.
Hopefully these few Chrysler 300 customizing tips will help you get started on spinning out your ride the way you desire. When you have modified your ride you will truly make a statement that uniquely hollers your name as you drive down the strip. Just imagine all the heads that will turn when you cruise ion your modified 300.
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