I own a 2007 Chrysler Crossfire Limited Roadster and a 2005 Crossfire SRT Coupe. In my opinion the Chrysler Crossfire is way underrated because of the failed Chrysler/MB venture, and the fact that MB doesn’t want to recognize it as one of theirs… Both cars are mechanically a MB, either an SLK 320, or the more expensive S32 AMG (SRT). Both cars turn heads, even though most people don’t know what they are, but respond positively to it when they find out. You can find many examples of the 2004-2008 Base and Limited versions available for under $10,000, many with low mileage. The MB R170 engine is known to last well into the 200,000 mile mark. Although they can be expensive to own/repair, there is a Worldwide Crossfire Owners Network on Facebook, either through the Crossfire Owner pages, the Repair Parts and Technical page, the Crossfire Marketplace, or the Crossfire Forum, Members are very active and supportive of other owners, whether it be in parts, technical know how, or just getting together for car shows or weekend cruising, such as this Octobers tail of the Dragon 4 day trip. Let’s see Hagerty start giving the Crossfire some well deserved credit as a car to be recognized.