Still not confirmed exactly, but it was reported recently that they are working on it, and provided they don't run into any major issues with the design that keep it from being built, it should happen. I think it would be the first US-made four-door convertible to go into production since the late 1960's.diamondrmp said:Actually Chrysler IS producing the convertible 300C they had one at the LA auto show and said it should be in production in 2006 as a 2007 model.
Are you sure it wasn't ASC? American Sunroof Corp. They have done converts for DCX since they revived the Lebaron in 84. All Lebarons, Shadows and the likes were originally hardtops built at the factory with no headliners or back seats and stuff and shipped over to ASC to have the top cut off, the bars welded into the floor pan and special interiors put in.desquirrel said:The last thing I saw in Autoweek was that ACS made the converible at the show, but DC brass said it is very doubtful because the wheelbase and size of the car make it almost impossible to make it stiff enough for production.
They have 86 days of orders as of right now. I just got back from Brampton and asked the linker when I was there. That means if they don't get another order they have enough orders to work the next 3 months 3 shifts a day 6 days a week. I don't think they are even looking at a 2 door right now.FreeLantz said:Because at this point, just about anything with the 300 bodystyle would sell!