I own a 2005 Chrysler Crossfire Roadster and a 2006 Crossfire Coupe, both with less than 40k pampered miles on them, and both in showroom condition. I am the 2nd owner of both of these cars. I know that the Crossfire was originally a “concept car” in 2001, presented by Daimler-Chrysler and that it was so well received by the public that Daimler-Chrysler decided to put it into production for the 2004 model year with minor body style changes, i,e, they decided to not include the split windshield from the “concept” design. I also know that Crossfires are built with Mercedes components. What I do not understand is why the Crossfire is being overlooked and not recognized as a beautiful example of gorgeous style, Mercedes quality and durability, a true “one of a kind” and very lasting example of individual automotive architecture and remains ignored by the general classic car community.