These obscure two-doors should remind you that four-door coupes and crossover coupes aren't the weirdest coupes around.
Co-developed by Daimler and Chrysler, the Crossfire was based on the Mercedes-Benz SLK roadster and was Chrysler's first two-door sports car since the retro-fab Prowler. On paper, the Crossfire appeared enticing, with rear-wheel drive and an available six-speed manual transmission. In practice, the brutishly styled coupe (Chrysler also made a convertible version) was a truly decent thing to drive, but it suffered from a cramped cabin and poor rear visibility. Most intriguingly, Chrysler briefly offered the Crossfire in SRT-6 guise; the SRT treatment included an AMG-developed, 330-hp V-6 engine, upgraded brakes and suspension, and a sweet rear spoiler. Slow sales signed the Crossfire's death warrant in 2007.-Max Mortimer