Re: [Chrysler300] Controversy - A Proposed Solution?
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Re: [Chrysler300] Controversy - A Proposed Solution?

I offered this solution privately some time ago. 
Since the anti-rebody argument is a minority viewpoint
with no legal basis, perhaps the club could take a
more positive role in upholding the purity of the 300.
 The club could offer a voluntary "certification"
process - for a fee.  Sort of a "concours judging
plus" perhaps up to and including examining secret
numbers.  Then an owner/seller could state "this car
is certified by the Chrysler 3000 Club International."

If the car is not "certified," then we don't really
know anything, other than the anectdotal histories we
already collect and share on known VINs.

Interestingly, the Ferrari factory recently announced
such a program.  They won't certify a car unless 100%
factory correct. (Of course, they also offer
restoration services to make the car 100% factory
correct.)  I don't know their stand on parts

Anyway, the witch hunt policy seems to have the
potential to only drive members away and possibly
incur more legal expense for the club.  Seems to me a
"proper" rebody affects the value and not the legality
of a car - so what else can we really do about it?


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