In recent years, Smyth Performance has made waves in the automotive world with its remarkable conversion kits, turning four-door sedans into sleek two-door pickup trucks. Starting with the 2006 to 2010 Dodge Charger, Smyth Performance has been at the forefront of automotive innovation. Their latest offering is the highly anticipated 2011 to 2023 Chrysler 300 UTE kit, and it’s turning heads for all the right reasons.
Oscar Vargas, an Instagram digital artist known as @wb.artist20, recently captured the imagination of automotive enthusiasts worldwide. Mark Smith, the visionary owner of Smyth Performance, recognized Vargas’s talent and invited him to design a kit for the 2011 to 2023 Chrysler 300 series cars. This exciting collaboration is the same creative force behind the newer Dodge Charger UTE package.
Smyth Performance’s Chrysler 300 UTE kit promises to be a game-changer, with the first 25 special edition units set to roll off the production line in January 2024. The kit features the same high-quality aluminum tailgate components that made the Dodge Charger UTE conversion a standout success. However, what sets this kit apart is the unique bed sides that seamlessly blend with the Chrysler sedan’s bold fender flares.
While the transformation is undoubtedly impressive, some technical details must be considered. To install the 300 kits, 2011 to 2023 Chrysler 300, owners must use the fuel door assembly and fuel filler neck from the 2011 to 2023 Dodge Charger. This addition, while enhancing the overall aesthetics, does extend the installation process by an hour compared to the Charger kit.
Smyth Performance has always been committed to making its transformation kits accessible to many car enthusiasts. The Chrysler 300 UTE kit is no exception, with a price tag of $4,490 USD. This price, while not including shipping, represents a remarkable value for those seeking to elevate their Chrysler 300 to new heights of sophistication and utility. Especially, for those who like to get their hands dirty working on their vehicles.
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