This custom-built 2005 Chrysler Crossfire SRT-6 convertible is
powered by an upgraded supercharged 3.2-liter V6 AMG engine mated
to a Mercedes 6-speed manual transmission. All interior parts were
replaced with SRT parts including the factory suede seats and
200mph SRT gauge cluster. The A-pillar trims were wrapped in gray
Alcantara suede to match the seats, as well as the inner door trim,
and the upper inside windshield trim were dyed gray to complete the
monotone interior transformation. The exterior radio antenna was
shaved in a reversible manner and relocated centrally between the
factory roll-bars. The original radio was replaced with a modern
Bluetooth/XM ready unit, Infinity components in the doors and
Kicker Comp RT subs behind the seats. A clear wind deflector was
added. The complete rear end, brakes and differential are now SRT
with 3.06 gears. A brand-new LUK clutch was placed before dropping
in the SRT/AMG 3.2-liter supercharged 349hp V6 and supporting
cooling assembly with a custom aluminum intake. It also is equipped
with rebuilt and replaced front suspension, shocks and steering
components. Factory headlights were sanded down, painted on
eyebrows added as well as LED high/low beams and fogs. Factory SRT
forged aluminum staggered wheels were powder coated gloss black and
wrapped in Nitto 555G2 tires. The Crossfire was built using a
Mercedes-Benz drivetrain from the factory that was assembled at the
Karmann plant in Germany. All U.S. production SRT-6's were equipped
with automatic transmissions.
2005 Chrysler Crossfire
Location:Las Vegas, Nevada
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