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Among Chrysler's SEMA show cars this year will be a rocked-out version of the 300C Long Wheelbase it's calling the Pullman. Recalling the Pullmann Mercedes W100s of the 1960s, a favorite of Hugh Hefner and South American puppet dictators alike, the Pullman features rear suicide doors, two sunroofs, chrome dubba-dubs, a Hotchkiss Sportline suspension and mild performance tweakage. It's derived with an eye toward calling attention to Chrysler's often overlooked 300C Long Wheelbase, which it showed off at the New York show earlier this year. Perhaps it'll even make the cover of Pimp's Life.

[via Motor Authority]

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Chrysler to Introduce Long-Wheelbase 300C Today; More on the 2006 SEMA show [internal]