If Buick can resurrect Harley Earl and his fedora to tout its cars, surely the perfect counterpart to pitch the Chrysler 300C is hat-wearing K.T. Keller, father of Chrysler's conservative cars of the early postwar years.
Can we expect the company to recycle its slogan, "Suddenly it's 1960"?
The inspiration for the disappointingly retrograde 300C seems to be the Rover 3 litre of that era.
I have owned two Chrysler LHS sedans that I bought largely because of their styling.
I had hoped that the LX would resemble the rear-drive 300C hemi concept convertible of a few seasons ago.
Since the Chrysler Concorde and the Dodge Intrepid have yet to be shown, maybe there's still hope.