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A second look at the “Marvel 300”

by David Zatz on

Earlier, Allpar shows’s Wolverine 3 spy shot which reveals the entire Chrysler 300. On the Allpar forums, rendering artist Suzq044 noted that, if the pole is removed, what you have is essentially a poorly done limousine conversion.


Indeed, other than the rear end treatment and small 1970s-style Chrysler script logo, the car looks exactly like existing limo conversions of the 2015-16 Chrysler 300C. The Cadillac-style tail-lights, chrome modifications, and the bustleback look seem to have been added to “futurize” the car.

The break in the roofline and the discontinuity between the middle and rear doors can all be seen in existing conversions.

A Chrysler brand spokesman told us that they had provided a number of 300s to the studio. Further discussion…

Thanks, Intrepidatious, who sent the images and link, and Martin Torres, who sent a link from 

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