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    Chrysler Crossfire SRT-6 (ZH) 2004-2007

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    I dunno, would anyone take this over a SLK 55 AMG? I doubt it.

    I certainly wouldn't.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NSXType-R View Post
    I dunno, would anyone take this over a SLK 55 AMG? I doubt it.

    I certainly wouldn't.
    Are they the same price?

    That Crossfire is an ugly pos, hate that car.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Niko_Fx View Post
    Are they the same price?

    That Crossfire is an ugly pos, hate that car.
    By far, no, but the Crossfire is based on the SLK, so I believe the SLK55 and it had the same engine at one point.

    Probably the SLK 32AMG, not 55 AMG.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NSXType-R View Post
    By far, no, but the Crossfire is based on the SLK, so I believe the SLK55 and it had the same engine at one point.

    Probably the SLK 32AMG, not 55 AMG.
    Yup, it was the first gen SLK in 32 AMG trim, so with some more years and miles, the prices could even be similar. At that point, I'd have just gone for a 350z.
    I have to say I saw a Crossfire roadster the other day, and was surprised. I mean, that's probably the third time I see a Crossfire.
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    i actually.. know someone who bought the hardtop SRT-6.
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    Quote Originally Posted by clutch-monkey View Post
    i actually.. know someone who bought the hardtop SRT-6.
    What strange people you know..

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    i think he has a fetish for strange mercedes variants. he also has a brabus smart roadster. or some other brabus smart car, i don't remember which, only that it was hilarious
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    Quote Originally Posted by clutch-monkey View Post
    i actually.. know someone who bought the hardtop SRT-6.
    a few years ago i autoxed with a guy that had one. he had full exhaust and a bunch of other stuff done on it, and it was properly fast. i still wouldn't want it though. i hate driving my mom's regular crossfire.
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    Quote Originally Posted by LeonOfTheDead View Post
    At that point, I'd have just gone for a 350z.
    Or anything really.

    And it's a shame because styling wise it showed promise.
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    Your mum drives a Crossfire? that's the epitome of a cougarmobile isn't it?
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    Quote Originally Posted by IBrake4Rainbows View Post
    Your mum drives a Crossfire? that's the epitome of a cougarmobile isn't it?
    i have no idea how to respond to that... but yes she drives a crossfire. she had a 300M before it, and liked it a lot, so she wanted to stay with chrysler but wanted something small and sporty. and red. the last red sporty car she has was the E30 which i wrecked promptly after getting my license.
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    The gf's mother also wanted something red and small, relatively sporty (let's say funky). Now she drives a Toyota Matrix.
    Not exactly what I suggested to her, but while they were visiting relatives in SoCal her Nissan (don't remember which one, something small) died, and a local dealer had this excellent deal on the red Matrix. While she was at the park with the dogs and relatives, her husband went for a walk, and turned back with the car.
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    Quote Originally Posted by LeonOfTheDead View Post
    The gf's mother also wanted something red and small, relatively sporty (let's say funky). Now she drives a Toyota Matrix.
    What the hell happened?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ferrer View Post
    What the hell happened?
    Cash for Clunkers, a dead old Nissan some hundreds miles from home, a good deal and the fact that everything red could have fitted the role probably.

    I was suggesting the Kia Soul mainly, and something else I can't remember right now.
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