(2012 Chrysler 300s)
The 2012 Chrysler 300S is a unique and powerful car owned by Jamie Kleimenhagen. The car is called “Acrophobia_300S”, which means “fear of heights” and is inspired by the height of the car. This 2012 Chrysler 300S has been customized and modified to make it unique and stand out on the road.
The car was bought for $16,000 and over the years, Jamie has spent over $40,000 to build it. The inspiration behind the car was to build something different and unique. Jamie has been building the car for four years and plans to continue making changes to it every winter.
The 2012 Chrysler 300S is powered by a 3.6 VVT engine that has been modified with a Ripp supercharger and dressed up with Billet Technologies. The engine is powder-coated with pieces added to make it stand out. The car has a universal air suspension with Viair 444’s and Slam specialties manifold. The wheels are Ferrada cm2s with a 22×9.5 size and 265/30/22 tires.
The car’s exterior is painted white with custom black paint, and the pinstripes are hand-painted by Dan Johnson. The hood is a custom hornet heat extract hood, and the grille is a Trufiber carbon fiber surround. The car has carbon fiber eye-lids, mirrors, side skirts, side splitters, and front lip, which makes it stand out from other cars.
The car’s interior is equally impressive with a carbon fiber steering wheel with white leather and gold stitching, a carbon fiber armrest and center console, and a Tesla screen. The car has an Alpine 1200-watt amplifier with two 6.5 Alpine type r speakers in the front doors and one 8” Rockford fosgate in each rear door, and one 10” Alpine type r subwoofer. It also has a custom-painted PlayStation 5 and TV in the rear center console.
In conclusion, the 2012 Chrysler 300S owned by Jamie Kleimenhagen is a unique and powerful car that has been modified to make it stand out on the road. With its Ripp supercharged engine, Ferrada cm2s wheels, and carbon fiber exterior and interior details, it’s a car that can’t be ignored.
Owned by: Jamie Kleimenhagen
Photos by: Chris Gosda