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So you've just spent a ton of hard earned cash on a new Chrysler 300, and you're feeling pretty good, right?..Unfortunately there's thousands of people out there on the roads who have the exact same Chrysler , in the same color, with the same options as you just purchased. So what can we do about that?
It's time for a little after market help to help you pimp out your ride, and stand out from the crowd.
- You need to get some new shoes on that ride. The stock 17"'s are nice and all, but you need to get some meats on that Chrysler. 22 inch wheels would look really nice on your new 300 and if you want to get the best, Dub Wheels will be the way to go. They have wheel sizes, styles and prices for everyone. Personally, I like the Dub Big Homie 8 for Chrysler cars, but that's just me. Don't forget that you're going to need rubber on those new wheels too, so be sure to set aside enough cash to get some decent tires. Expect to spend over $500 per tire if you decide to go with 22 inch wheels.
- You'll want to get rid of that stock Chrysler 300 Grill. The most popular style of after market grill for the Chrysler 300's is the Bentley mesh grill, which come in a variety of finishes and styles. You can spend a few hundred bucks on a decent Chrysler 300 grill or you can step up and play with the big boys and get yourself a Strut Grill package which will set you back more than a grand, but you'll be ridin' in style with this kit.
- One of the most impressive things you can do to your Chrysler 300 is the custom body kit and lambo doors. Keep in mind that now you're getting into some serious modifications, and the car won't be quite as practical for a daily driver, but you can still roll it to work and back in style should you choose. There are lots of body kit styles and most custom shops can install them as well as do the Lamborghini doors with ease. The Body kit is a nice compliment to new wheels, and a custom grill.
- Additional modifications you can make include custom air bag suspensions, audio and video upgrades, custom interior changes with exotic materials and big time engine / horsepower upgrades. In the world of Chrysler 300 customizing, nitrous and superchargers are not out of the norm, but you've got to have some serious change to dive into this world. Simply adding a cold air intake and a high flow exhaust system will make your 300 sound good and add horsepower.
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