Rolling in from a night out with the Rat Pack, jazz filling the early morning air, its sleek, sophisticated lines stand crisp and ready for action. Now here's a look at what could've been considered a stock mild custom right off the showroom floor.
The '62 Chrysler 300X was one cool cat, with its minor body mods that created an air of sophistication and elegance. Factory canted headlight compartments opened the door for a trio of sleek, bullet-style lights. This was carried straight out to the taillights, as if to echo its jet-set image. The wide-mouth grille and scoops were needed to cool the 413 Long Ram Wedge V-8 mounted under the stylish hood. It sports a topless look that takes full advantage of the clean, dry desert air and cool neon-lit nights, as it rides atop a set of custom, redline fan-blade wheels. The 300X is a virtual step forward and was designed to celebrate the modern high roller's lifestyle. Winner takes all!