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2010 CHRYSLER 300 LIMITED AWD
BRIGHT SILVER METALLIC CLEARCOAT
GRAY LEATHER INTERIOR W/WOOD GRAIN ACCENTS
POWER DRIVERS SEAT
CLASSIC ANALOG CLOCK/SPEEDO/TACH
MEDIA CENTER INCLUDING NAVIGATION
STEERING WHEEL MEDIA CONTROLS
ALL WHEEL DRIVE
OLD FORGE Motorcars presents this classic looking 2010 Chrysler 300 Limited AWD sedan. This 300 exudes the classic design and luxurious elements that Chrysler has become known for in this line. The Gray leather interior is very comfortable, all the instruments and accessories are easy to manipulate. The exterior of this classic 300 is in good condition, save the typical bumper wear. The 300 Limited with its All Wheel Drive easily handles most weather conditions. If you are looking for creature comforts and classic design elements then this Chrysler 300 Limited AWD is for you.
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1101 N. Broad St.
Lansdale Pa 19446
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