With the addition of a set of worked heads, camshaft, larger throttle body and long tubes, this naturally aspirated 6.1L made 444 ponies and 415 lbs of torque to the wheels.

This 300C is a rare bird with the manual swap, but wait, there’s more! Mulcahy went into detail on how the crew at Power and Performance had a little fun to set this car even further apart from the crowd with the paint scheme and engine build. A custom ground Comp Cam was dropped in to compliment the worked heads, ported intake, and oversized throttle body put on the 6.1L. The vehicle was taken down to a bare shell and was painted B5 blue in color. The Chrysler also features gloss black stripes, gloss black exterior trim, and a fully painted gloss black roof. The clean look of the car continues with the custom grille and the OEM lightweight Challenger Scat Pack wheels that have been painted Brass Monkey in color. The car rides nice and firm on KW Variant 2 suspension, and can be heard winding up a block away thanks to the American Racing Long Tubes and the Corsa cat back exhaust.

With all of that said, this is not your grandpa’s 300, nor is it the 300C that you might see making a pass at your local dragway. This is a one of one vehicle that for now can only be seen at Cleveland Power and Performance in Columbia Station, Ohio. This car was built to sell, so if you are drooling and ready to sell a kidney, you can make this yours. Alas, we need both of our kidneys and when we last checked our wallet moths flew out of it, so we’re out of the bidding for our dream car. Mulcahy tells us that as a guy who has a 300C SRT-8 as a daily driver he has never had quite the ear to ear grin from driving a car that he had while barking the tires into third in this Chrysler. Lucky guy.

CONTACT INFORMATION

Cleveland Power and Performance

Website: www.clevelandpap.com

Phone: (866) 236-5031

Address: 12420 North Station Road, Columbia Station, OH 44028

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