AUBURN HILLS – Chrysler Group says it is looking at providing de-contented versions of its popular Chrysler 300 sedan to coachbuilders for conversion into long-wheelbase models. The auto maker does not expect to make a final decision soon because retail demand for the car remains strong, a top executive says. Long-wheelbase Chrysler 300 Talk of building a long-wheelbase 300 started when Accubilt Inc. and Quality Metalcraft Inc. approached Chrysler with a completed version of the 300 ...

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