As a corporate employee, Jesus Leal of Long Beach, California, feels that when you mix street mentality in with an office-type job setting perspective, it would be called “corporate thugging.” So his choice of wheels, or “big” wheels would be the Chrysler 300C we have here. The looks on the 300 are the perfect description when it comes to that corporate flair of a big car with the chop-top roof look.
When you add on the big chrome wheels and other mods, you then mix in that street style. Together you have the “Wolf of the Blvd” Roll Playerz feature for this month’s issue. Jesus is a member of the Swift Car Club that he joined when he owned a Cadillac Escalade on 27s. He would later sell his Caddy and buy this Chrysler brand new and deliver it over to Rick at L.A. Kustomz within weeks for the corporate makeover look that he imagined.
Though this ride rarely leaves the garage, it does roam around high rises and car shows when it’s out on the town. Jesus would like to thank his members from the Swift Car Club, L.A. Kustomz, California Upholstery, All Wired Grills, DUB Wheels, Massive Audio, and all of his family too.
Vehicle Year/Make/Model: 2007 Chrysler 300C
Vehicle Nickname: “Corporate Thugging”
Owner: Jesus Leal
City/State: Long Beach, CA
Engine: 5.7 Dodge Hemi with Volant air intake, Gibson exhausts, and powered by two yellow-top Optima batteries.
Bodywork by: L.A. Kustomz, Whittier, CA. Paint by Sal’s Auto in Los Angeles, CA. Mike of Dragging Lines in Riverside, CA, striped it and HP Motorsports in Bell, CA, added the murals.
Suspension: Airbag suspension and brake install by L.A. Kustomz
Wheels/Tires: DUB 28-inch wheels along with 275/25/28 Lion Hartz tires
Interior: Stingray, suede, and fiberglass custom interior by California Upholstery Bell, CA
Sound System: Pasadena Sounds in Pasadena, CA, installed the 10-inch Sound Stream headunit. Controls 23 other TVs along with two 15-inch subwoofers and two 1,000-watt amps.