Chrysler 300s will choo-choo into Chattanooga this May

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A train of Chrysler 300s will bustle into Chattanooga, Tenn., this spring when the Chrysler 300 Club International, Inc. hold its 42th Annual Spring Meet from Sunday, May 20, to Wednesday, May 23.

The club is dedicated to the preservation, restoration and enjoyment of Chrysler 300 Letter-Series automobiles. The "Beautiful Brutes," as they are often called, were built from 1955 through 1965. Also included is the 1970 300 Hurst. The club was founded in 1970 and it now has about 1,000 members throughout the world.

The annual spring and fall meets often attract 100 or more members and 25-50 Chrysler 300 automobiles.

The public is welcome to register and join in the club activities or just visit with members and enjoy their 300’s. For more information, visit and look under the "Events" section of the website. You may also call or email one of three three meet hosts for more information: Tom Cox, 864-225-8713,; Mick Kreszock, 828-262-0393,; Terry McTaggart, 937-885-4256,