Yes the car was manufactured by Diamler-Chrysler, but the 300 was modeled (if not down right plaguerized) off of the Bentley/Rolls Royce styling lines. Therefore the Diamler-Chrysler 300C is a Middle Class person's version of a Bentley/Rolls Royce without the hefty price tag. It deserves the markings of it parents.
I guess we'll have to agree to disagree. Personally, I think replacing the Chrysler emblems with Bentley emblems is a bad idea for a couple of reasons:
1) Give credit where credit is due. It's a Chrysler, and I think it does a disservice to the designers and builders of the car to put another company's logo on it. Bentley owners would probably agree.
2) I think it actually cheapens the car. The 300C has a formidable brand name in its own right - be proud of it. You own a Motor Trend car of the year, not some kind of Bentley kit-car. With Bentley badges, the tendency is for people to think, "Nice fake Rolex, poser", instead of "Hey - nice watch!"
But hey, it's your car; if you're cool with it, who am I to argue? Just my personal opinions. Anyway, welcome to the forums.