CARLSBAD, CA – The former Chrysler Corp.’s Dodge and Plymouth brands carried the performance-car banner in the 1960s and 1970s, leaving the Chrysler badge positioned for the premium buyer. Apart from detail changes, production Crossfire nearly indistinguishable from concept car. Until now, the company has more or less faithfully ascribed to this business model – meaning a true performance car for the Chrysler brand was taboo. The introduction of the ’04 Chrysler Crossfire, ...
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