New Look for Century Class S/T
Design changes to the Century Class S/T include a newly styled hood, grille and bumper, aimed at giving the truck a bold, new appearance.
The change isn’t only skin deep. The new design also incorporates additional performance benefits including increased cooling capacity and better headlamp light distribution.
The bolder frontal view was achieved without altering the aerodynamics or visibility of the original Century Class S/T. And the larger grille allows for more cooling capacity to accommodate the new, hotter-running 2004 engines. In fact, the grille and lower panel increase the frontal opening to 55% of the total surface area. By opening up the grille, airflow has been improved allowing for excellent cooling performance.
The Century S/T’s three-piece bumper has been redesigned and restyled as well. The outside pieces are still manufactured with damage-tolerant plastic, but the center section now comes with an optional chrome package. Optional inset road lamps and amber accent lights are also available.
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