Cesam’s Bad to the Bone Chrysler 300C

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Who said the French can’t do anything right? Cesam’s 2006 Chrysler 300C has had everything done right.

Cesam Chrysler 300C
Cesam is one of the tuning shop leaders in France specializing in tuning accessories and car decoration. Their Chrysler 300C screams for attention.


Some of the more prominent body customizations include a custom chin spoiler coupled with a one-off grille which really works to pull the whole theme together. Of course, the matte orange paint with matching black matte racing stripes is what really makes this 300C stand out in the crowd and the hints of aluminum trim accent the fact that this once silver C is truly a thing of beauty.

Orange 2006 Chrysler 300C by Cesam
The customization done on this marvel of modern muscle is nothing short of fantastic. Every subtle change is orchestrated perfectly from the attention to detail on the rear suicide doors that are opening in the other directions than the normal ones to the coordination of the vehicle’s stock OEM paint job.

Suicide doors 2006 Chrysler 300C by Cesam
Everything has been executed with perfection being the end result. The few of the obvious interior upgrades include custom door panels, riveted leather-wrapped bucket seats, a custom steering wheel and painted and aluminum dash panels.


Of course, this baby has the works when it comes to its state-of-the-art sound system which naturally includes a couple thousand watts of pure Sony sound.

Cesam's Chrysler 300C interior
This bagged beauty rolls on 22×9.5 Parotech Dragon wheels, artfully wrapped in 265/30R22 Yokohama treads that keep this C gripping the road while it’s 5.7L bottle-fed V8 Hemi does it’s best to turn this orange monster into a blur.

Cesam's 2006 Chrysler 300C Hemi engine
Of course with all the abundant power of the 300C, stopping becomes a concern so a set of MOVIT’s 6 Piston calipers and cross-drilled rotor were installed taking the bite out of the C’s go.

2006 Chrysler 300C by Cesam rear end
We do not know how about you, but we really like this car. Actually, there are only two options in here: like it or not! Well, we do!


2006 Chrysler 300C by Cesam


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