• Chrysler 300c (Baby Bentley)
  • Chrysler 300c (Baby Bentley) at a Wedding in Wales
  • Chrysler 300c (Baby Bentley) Front Inside View
  • Chrysler 300c (Baby Bentley) Back Inside View
  • Chrysler 300c (Baby Bentley) at a Wedding
  • Chrysler 300c (Baby Bentley) at a Wedding in Wales
  • Chrysler 300c (Baby Bentley) at a Wedding in Wales
  • 1967 Ford Mustang Fastback with the Chrysler 300c (Baby Bentley)

Chrysler 300c (Baby Bentley) - Vehicle Overview

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Our Chrysler 300c is one of our more up to date cars in our fleet. It offers our customers spacious luxury with more traditional modern looks for their wedding and can also be used to transport bridesmaids, mother of the bride, or extra guests if desired. Chrysler as an American brand was founded by Walter Chrysler on June 6, 1925. The first Chrysler 300 "letter series",which were branded as high-performance personal luxury cars, were built by Chrysler in the USA from 1955 to 1965 however after 1965 the model was dropped. Chrysler began using the 300 designations again for performance-luxury cars in 1999 calling it the 300c as we see today.

In the USA, the 300c enjoyed a wave of popularity in the mid-2000s, aided by celebrity owners including US President Barack Obama and rapper Snoop Dogg.Chrysler 300c designer Ralph Gilles reflected on the vehicle's success in 2008, saying that the "300c turned out to be a bit of an icon for Chrysler".

In the UK the first generation model was very popular with British buyers who regarded it as a Bentley for the working classes. Our 300c provides first class travel comfort. We get plenty of comments on how fantastic it looks dressed up with ribbons and bows.

We have deliberately not tinted the windows so if being used to transport the Bride she can be seen in all her beauty on her special day.

Our Chrysler 300c can be provided with a car seat or booster seat for our younger passengers. Our Britax car seat holds a child from birth up to 18kg and has the 5 point safety harness system. Unfortunately with our Mustang and Cadillac we cannot use car seats or booster seats due to seat belt restrictions.

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