What's Wrong With This Picture: Strakes On A Plane Edition

Edward Niedermeyer
by Edward Niedermeyer

The Sebring’s hood goes smooth starting with the 2010 model year. Will JC Whitney step into the breach?

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  • Discoholic Discoholic on Sep 03, 2009

    It now comes with a sticker that says "No corrugated iron hog sheds were harmed during the making of this car."

  • Windswords Windswords on Sep 03, 2009

    There are a couple of other changes: Sebring quietly refreshed September 3rd, 2009 by DaveAdmin "Chrysler Sebring was given a mild refresh with active front-row head restraints and a new instrument cluster with LED backlighting; it also had a hood swap, losing the strakes, and the 17- and 18-inch wheels were replaced." http://www.allpar.com/news/index.php/2009/09/sebring-quietly-refreshed

  • Mcs Mcs on Sep 28, 2009
    FreedMike: “The ribbed version could be aimed at ladies. Tagline: “ribbed for her pleasure.”” The only problem is that the car would have a tendency to want to ram into certain Subaru models.
  • SherbornSean SherbornSean on Sep 28, 2009

    Heathroi: brilliant!