Charity auctions are always a great way to find special cars to buy, while also getting a chance to donate to a worthy cause. On Tuesday, March 20, 2012, the John Varvatos 9th Annual Stuart House Benefit will be host to an auction with a one-off, special edition Chrysler 300S designed by John Varvatos and inspired by his collections. All of the proceeds of the auction will benefit The Rape Foundation in support of Stuart House. Currently, the bid is at $48,546.

This special edition Chrysler 300S will be distinguished by a special set of custom 20" wheels in a satin carbon finish and a very cool black paint for the interior. The interior also get seats and door panels decorated with black woven leather details and flat woven Heather fabric which brings an elegant Menswear appeal to the vehicle. The instrument panel, console lid, and door armrest are wrapped in black leather, while the steering wheel features a black two-tone color combo with an accent 360 ring. All of these elements are combined with satin chrome finishes.

Under the hood, the engine remains unchanged: the 3.6-liter Pentastar engine delivers a total of 292 HP and is mated to an all-new segment-exclusive ZF eight-speed automatic transmission.

  • 2012 Chrysler 300S by John Varvatos
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    ZF eight-speed automatic transmission
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    3.6 L
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  (317) posted on 06.6.2012

Since it was purposeful, I hope it reached a high bid.

  (382) posted on 04.25.2012

This is worthy of high value because this is a very efficient innovation, yet its cause is also for the sake of charity.

  (798) posted on 04.23.2012

This deserves a high price; I wonder how it did at the auction?

  (446) posted on 04.17.2012

John Varvatos truly knows how to bargain. I hope this gets a high price for the sake of its cause.

  (444) posted on 04.13.2012

If I was to be the winner, I’d feel satisfied to have won an astounding Chrysler car for a moving cause.

  (401) posted on 03.22.2012

Nice job. Of course, this should be more unique and impressive for it to be sold. John Varvatos did a satisfactory service on it.

  (579) posted on 03.20.2012

Oh, such a nice car for such a nice cause. Anyone who’d victor over this must feel honored to have won a beautiful innovation, and to have helped a foundation.

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