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In 1998, Chrysler merged with Daimler Benz to form Daimler Chrysler and the result was a merger of model lines. One of the most unique models was the new Chrysler Crossfire that was based on the Mercedes SLK compact roadster. The Crossfire used everything from the SLK under the skin such as the chassis, engines, transmissions, and switchgear. The result was one of the most engaging Chrysler sports cars in a long time.
GR Auto Gallery is pleased to present this stunning 2005 Chrysler Crossfire SRT6 for your consideration. The body and interior are in stunning shape, with great paint and trim. Unique staggered 18 and 19 in wheels look good and accent the car well. The car has heated seats, leather wrapped steering wheel, cruise control.
Powered by a potent Mercedes AMG sourced 3.2L V6 with a supercharger, this car pumps out 330hp and features upgraded suspension and brake components. A blast to drive and a real under-appreciated power house, this SRT6 is sure to please.
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