This is a rare opportunity to purchase a truly rare and very collectible SRT6. This special Crossfire has a clean clear accident free history. The car has been well maintained and has a scant 91000 miles. This incredible sports car runs as good as it looks. Everything works as it should. The idea behind the SRT (that's Street and Racing Technology) treatment is to maximize key areas such as powertrain and braking performance, handling prowess, exterior design and aerodynamics, and interior sportiness and comfort -- in a balanced fashion. That means "don't add horsepower without adding brakes and suspension to match." Limited production runs and higher pricing are a given, and add a measure of exclusivity. But it takes more that just bolting in a big motor and stiffer springs. "Developing the appropriate mix of hardware for this car is different than it was for, say, the Ram SRT-10" says Dan Knott, who heads up SRT. "It's still about performance, but a Chrysler - even a hot one -- needs to be a little more sophisticated, a little less in your face, than a Dodge." Like all Crossfires, the SRT-6 is an international blending of pieces and teamwork: the powertrain comes from Mercedes AMG, the car is assembled by Karmann in Germany, and the design and tuning is done here in America. he 3.2-liter helical-supercharged, intercooled, aluminum SOHC V-6 used in both Crossfire SRT-6s last saw duty in the 2002-04 Mercedes-Benz C32 and SLK32 AMG, and is rated at 330 horsepower in Chrysler trim. That's 115 more ponies than the standard, naturally aspirated Crossfire models. At 310 pounds feet of torque, this V-6 cranks out the same amount of grunt as a late 1980s 5.0-liter Mustang, a perennial musclecar fave. The high-tech blower used on this motor is designed to smooth out the hiccups served up by supercharged engines when the throttle is closed at high rpm. The only transmission choice is a five-speed automatic; there is no manual, but the responsive AutoStick shifter helps satisfy those who like to mix their own gears. Springs, shocks, bushings, anti-rollbars, wheels, and tires are all spec'd for higher performance, although there's surprisingly little ride penalty when compared to the base Crossfire. The SRT-6 roadster weighs about 90 pounds more than an SRT-6 coupe. Thus, it gets slightly softer shock damping, and lighter springs up front and heavier springs out back to balance out a minor shift in front/rear weight bias. We have no problem with the coupe's more aggressive tuning. SRT also dialed the Electronic Stability Program's intrusiveness level down a notch, allowing the aggressive driver some oversteer-induced fun prior to the electronannies kicking in. Brakes? All you want. These huge, vented, four-wheel discs would be more than enough for a larger car, much less the compact, 3330-pound SRT-6. Knott and Company maintained a subtle approach to exterior upgrades; any more would have been too much, and the Crossfire already has a lot of design detail etched into its tiny body. The standard front fascia is swapped for a more aggressive splitter design, and the standard car's deployable rear wing is swapped for a larger fixed piece that provides more downforce, in keeping with the SRT-6's higher performance envelope. Some like the look; others think it's over the top. The SRT-6s jewel-like 18- and 19-inch wheels look appropriately elegant and expensive. The SRT design team didn't fiddle with much inside, other than a 200-mph speedo, some snazzy stitching, and sportier, more supportive seats finished in a delicious blend of Nappa leather with grippy Alcantara suede inserts and bolsters."Motortrend" SALE PENDING
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