I always thought those Crossfires were a good-looking car. Unfortunately, I bought into the negative reviews and never pursued one when I had a paycheck and might've been able to afford one. Ah well, life is full of "only if's", eh?
Nice to see the Dodge Magnum get some love.
Low mileage SRT-8 models have been appreciating for a while.
I wanted one ever since seeing the commercial https://youtu.be/qo3wcPgelIM
Price was about $30k when new, too much for me.
I embedded up with a used one 70K miles on it. Now has 108K.
Added a Corsa exhaust, CAI, and a tune. Suspension upgrades- Bilstein dampers and Eibach fr and rear sway bars. Kept the stock springs so the ride is sweet and cornering is much flatter than stock.
The fun to drive vs utility factor is off the charts. Hauls my drum set, plants, lumber, etc, and also hauls butt.
Best 14.3 @ 97MPH but feels faster when the transmission kicks down and this huge barge takes off. The only negative is the interior materials are pretty cheap. Seats are heated and comfortable, but lots of chintzy plastic.
If Dodge/Stellantis would make a new Magnum wagon based on the current 300/Charger platform, I would probably sell my C-6 Vette and 2006 Magnum to get one with the 392 Scatpack drivetrain.
Since America hates wagons ( bunch of crossover/SUV lemmings…) a new Magnum wagon is a pipe dream.
so I will take care of mine NS hope to enjoy it as long as possible.