Thursday, November 4, 2010

Exterior Chrysler 300C

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2011 Exterior Chrysler 300C

There are abundant aftermarket chrome trim accessories to make your Chrysler 300 look like the top-of-the-line 300C. Some of the add-on upgrades are upscale and petty, but offer astonishing looks that is second-to-none. Among the low cost trims that will help personalize your Chrysler 300 includes chrome pillar post trims, chrome grills, chrome tail light bezels, chrome window visors and chrome rear deck trims. Other chrome trims to consider are chrome rocker panels, chrome headlight and tail light trims, gad door covers and much more.

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Exterior Chrysler 300C

Let's take a close look at some features of these two types of grills. To begin with, the plastic grille is constructed of durable ABS plastic material and triple chrome plated for a luster shine that is unmatched. Advantages: ABS Plastic is inexpensive, lightweight, rigid and durable thermoplastic material. While it is not as strong as stainless steel or aluminum, ABS Plastic still makes an excellent medium for building billet style mesh grilles because the plastic is resistant to rust and quite durable. Disadvantage: On the downside, this grille may break on impact. But let me be absolutely clear before you crucify me, this style grille will not break, crack or peel from day-to-day driving. As with any type grille or grill construction, if the impact is severe, it will break no matter how it was made or what material that was used to make it.

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