I created this community for owners and enthusiasts of DaimlerChrysler's LH sedans which includes the 300M, Concorde, Intrepid, LHS, New Yorker, and Vision. The LH meant more than "last hope" even though it did infact saved the car-making giant from financial brink in the early 1990s. It also forever changed the architecture of the American automobile by minimizing engine space while maximizing passenger volume utilizing an approach called the "cab-forward" theme. The LH was praised by many press accolades for being an ingeniuously crafted package, blending beautiful exterior lines, a cavernous interior, and sports car nimbleness altogether in such a large vehicle. Whether if you drive an LH, or just happen to admire the most graceful styling molded upon a four-door body, then this is your place. Post anything LH platform model related including simple do-it-yourself tech topics, major overhaul procedures, or even vacation stories accomplished with your LH, just to name a few.
A Few Simple Rules:
1. Retarded flame wars will not be tolerated. If you wish to call each other names like a bunch of little girls in kindergarden during recess, don't even bother joining. Otherwise, you will be banned, simple as that.
2. This is not a place to bash other car makers. I do understand there are reasonable statements to be made among competing vehicles describing certain advantages and disadvantages. But please, don't degenerate this community into another "Ford Sucks" or "Chevy Bites" forum. It is highly unnecessary and we can live without the drama, thank you. The point is, we're here to help each other hoping to improve upon our DaimlerChrysler LH sedan ownership experiences.
3. Please keep postings relevant to DaimlerChrysler LH sedans. For all OTHER Mopar vehicle discussions including vintage or trucks, may I suggest trying mopars. Anything else beyond that can be routed to gearheads.
4. As a courtesy, please limit your pictures to 500 pixels in width. Otherwise, consider the LJ-cut. The length really doesn't matter as it has no adverse affect on screwing up the friends view.
I've never been a fan of strict rules, but this is to rather keep the community pleasant and friendly while being bonehead free with minimal guidelines. Enjoy. If you have any questions or concerns, please e-mail me. Thank you.