Judging by the positive reaction from Forward Look readership to previous coverage of Spring Fest 8—coverage that included an official recap and a photo album—we’re guessing you all will enjoy this short video featuring more modified Chrysler vehicles.
Watch the video, then stay tuned to Forward Look for continuing coverage of Spring Fest 8. In coming weeks, we’ll begin posting a series of interviews featuring a number of customizers we met at the event.
If our trip to Spring Fest 8 taught us anything, it’s this: Just as the current Chrysler vehicle lineup is a true reflection of the gritty, never-give-up attitude of Detroit, a customized car is a true testament to the customizer’s spirit of individuality.
Some customizers will make understated modifications attempting to emphasize the classiness already present in, say, a Chrysler 300. Other owners opt to make a statement with flashiness, adding chrome, a custom paint job and whatever else comes to mind. In both cases, the car becomes a way to represent the personality of the man or woman who took on the long but rewarding challenge of customization.
There are two things that all of us here at the Chrysler brand particularly enjoy: (1) Doing our part to give back to the communities in which we live; and (2) getting potential new Chrysler fans behind the wheel of our vehicles.
It’s no coincidence then that Chrysler Drive for the Kids—a program celebrating its 20th year—combines these two passions in one event where local schools benefit each time another person test drives a Chrysler Town & Country, the most awarded minivan ever*.
Two weeks ago, we closed out our official Spring Fest 8 recap with a promise to revisit the event with a Forward Look Photo Album. Today we deliver on that promise.
Without further ado, here are 20 more images of customized Chrysler 300s that we collected during our trip to the 8th Annual Spring Festival of LXs in Irvine, California. The weekend was not one we’ll soon forget and, once you view these incredible vehicles, we’re sure you’ll see why.