I owned a 2004 Chryler Crossfire for about a year and a half. I bought it used.
This is the only vechicle I've ever bought based strictly on its looks. Even though I no longer have it, I still think it's one of the most beautiful cars ever made. People would stare at it.
It was in nearly mint physical condition, ran like new when I bought it and had very few miles (less than 20k).
But it was an absolute nightmare to own. It developed a mysterious misfire that no one could diagnose, and what felt like a fuel pump problem that similarly no one could diagnose. It would become undriveable in moderate to heavy rain, even though, once again, no one could figure out why it misfired to the point of stalling in this type of weather. I was fortunate enough to find an independent dealer who had experience working on Crossfires...but even he could not diagnose and correct the problem. The car also developed a vibration at around forty miles an hour that had to be tire and/or wheel related...even though the wheels and tires were all checked and rebalanced, and even though they checked out as properly balanced and did not exhibit any other issues. The car also had the well known and common, sometimes-won't-shift-out-of-park-problem. All of this forced me to give up on it and sell it.
But it was a gorgeous car.