Here is an example of a car made super by the addition of mechanical forced induction. You either love or hate Crossfire with its Benz breeding and art deco styling. If you love it, you will likely really love the SRT-6 treatment, which makes it a very respectable performer. Although suspension tweaks have made the ride quality of the SRT-6 a little on the harsh side, such a small and sporty looking car deserves a run of such enhanced performance examples.
|There is something fishy with this advert...the underhood pic shows a different grill and a non SRT engine....I dunno|
The featured car looks like it may be a great deal. Although not extremely rare, a good SRT-6 with low miles is hard to find. Depending on whom you ask, the Crossfire seems to have dodged many of the quality and fit and finish issues that are associated with period Chryslers. This one has low miles and wears the gorgeous standard alloys instead of the out-of-place thin finned ones normally found on the SRT. Hopefully the tacky screen grill treatment can easily be switched out with the original.
For $6500, you can get a fast, low-mileage car that you won't run into at every intersection. And your own supercharger.
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Another big thanks to Andy L for the tip and words -- DT E-i-C Vince