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Yes, we think this Chrysler 300 done by Santini Paint is a little cheesy. The paint is… ummm… interesting, to say the least. Though the two-tone job is fairly straightforward, the way in which the white swoops on the side just doesn't do it for me. The only use I would have for such a car is to arrive at a swing dance in it. And I don't swing dance. 

Eric wasn't able to snatch a shot of the interior, which, according to the placard, is pimped out far more than the exterior. The rest of the car benefits from Hotchkis Suspension bits, 22-inch American Racing wheels, a stainless steel roof by Quality Metalcrafters and a custom grille by Strut. The car's performance is also augmented by a Bassani dual cat-back exhaust and K&N air filters.

UPDATE: In the ten minutes it's taken me to write this post, the Santini Chrysler 300 Royale has legitimately begun to grow on me. Perhaps it's because I donned my zoot suit costume from Halloween 2003.

More pics and full specs after the jump…

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