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2023 Chrysler 300C flip

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Im thinking the 300C 6.4L will have a pretty good resale value? I'm thinking people will keep them for a few months than sell it back for a profit. Thoughts?
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I've had my VIN number for the 2023 300C since the end of September. I am not sure yet how this car will be received. I had planned on it being my daily driver to replace an aging 2015 Chrysler 200S, but if it commands a premium then I may have to flip it and continue to drive my old car.
 

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The guys with a actual 300C on order......are you paying MSRP or ADM's on them? (just curious)

Because the deposit got you a reservation, but then it was up to you to figure out the final price with the dealer.
I am paying MSRP. No add-ons, just whatever the maroney label says was our agreement.

As for the choice between a scat pack or the 300C, it was a no brainer for me.
More options, better interior, cheaper price.
 

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OK Brampton builds three different cars, the Challenger, Charger and Chrysler 300 and every single one of them will have the P (2023), H (Brampton), and sequence number starting with 5XXXXX in the middle of the VIN so of course the 300C will be the same. Now at some point after they reach 100,000 VIN's then it will be PH6XXXXX and so forth.
Yea, I get what your saying. So explain how all the 300C VIN's to date have followed sequential numbers ?
What I attempted to explain was all 300C VIN's are assigned and they have followed numerical system starting with 50****.
In other words, VIN's are assigned to the 300C's and they are in sequence.
Check post #94. It lists 3 vehicles for sale, with VIN's, 500192, 500193, 500879.
Mine is 500493.
 
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