6-Speed Driver: 2005 Chrysler Crossfire Convertible

This next car comes as a tip from PA Cyclist who writes: This is notable for three reasons: (1) It has a manual (I have no production numbers for this but it has to be way lower than the automatic). (2) It appears to be the base model instead of the more popular Limited. The Limited version of the roadster appears to have outsold the base 10 to 1 in MY2005. (3.) Plus the base model has cloth seats! I don’t think it’s possible to buy a new car in the US today that’s a manual convertible with cloth seats (except possibly for the Wrangler or Bronco). Find this 2005 Chrysler Crossfire Convertible offered for $8000 near Cherry Hill, NJ.

From the seller:

2005 Chrysler Crossfire
condition: excellent
cylinders: 6 cylinders
drive: rwd
fuel: gas
odometer: 67500
paint color: black
title status: clean
transmission: manual
type: convertible
2005 Crossfire Convertible $8,000 or TRADE

The ONLY trades I am open to are later model GX470/460, Land Cruiser, Sequoia or F150/250 with under 140k miles, completely rust free and No mechanical issues. I am willing to add money to a fair trade or accept additional cash with something of lesser value.

I am selling a 6 speed Crossfire convertible with ~67,000miles. Starts and runs as it should. Power convertible top works perfectly. The interior is immaculate with no rips, tears, or stains. The carpets in the cabin and trunk are perfect. Cruise control and everything else works as they should. Tires are in great shape, brakes are strong. Wheels are almost completely rash free. It is a blast to drive and handles well. This is a great-looking car and is in amazing condition considering the age. If you are looking for a convertible weekend cruiser or a vehicle with very low mileage, this may be for you. I am also including a car cover that I just purchased.
The exterior shines nicely but does have blemishes including clear coat peeling at the windshield frame, small nicks, and scratches.
Not many $8k vehicles with under 70k miles available. The cash price is firm.

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