Due to the continued growth of our group, now with over 400 Crossfires owners involved, we believe the time has come to create a recognized motor club for owners of the Chrysler Crossfire. We believe this will promote an increased interest in our much loved cars, and provide a focal point for owners and enthusiasts far into the future. The new club will be known as the "UK Crossfires Club". The format of the club will continue largely as it has done previously, but with the additional benefit of a robust structure, and a professional approach to the organisation of all our activities, along with some proactive marketing to raise the profile of the club and build future membership.
Our next event is really special. It is on the 4th May at the Imperial War Museum in Duxford where they are commemorating D- Day over the coming months at the wonderful museum.
Last year we had over 20 cars support the event and it would be great if we can exceed that number.
The UK Crossfire Group met for our annual Winter Warmer meet in early December. We had decided on a change of venue, and a different format for this year’s get together, so the group headed off to Milton Keynes. With so many choosing to stay over on the Saturday night, drinks and a superb 3 course meal was organised at the The Nags Head at Great Linford. An evening of eating, drinking and conversation was enjoyed by all; and this was only surpassed by the great hospitality provided afterwards by Simon and Louise.
The UK Crossfire group met up at the National Heritage Motor Museum at Gaydon to celebrate an important milestone for the Chrysler Crossfire.
A great time was had by all on our return visit to Castle Combe Racing Circuit in Wiltshire. In glorious sunshine 14 Crossfires made a great display which attracted lots of attention, especially from some folks who came over to chat, and tell us they had never seen a Crossfire before!
The group met in glorious sunshine for a record-breaking Crossfire meet at the Imperial War Museum, Duxford. 24 Crossfires were in attendance, an amazing turn out, and well and truly beating our old record of 19 cars. May be it was the beautiful sunshine, or the added attractions of this fantastic venue, but the line-up of Crossfires was a fantastic sight! It was a great pleasure to meet so many new friends and welcome them as new members of the group.
Did you know that 2013 is the 10th anniversary of the launch of the Crossfire? It’s amazing that these cars have been on our roads for so long and as the only club in the UK representing the marque, it’s out duty to celebrate the occasion with a meet dedicated to this milestone.