Not sure which 2005 Chrysler Crossfire Full Front End Bras are right for you? We have over 4605 customer reviews, with an average rating of 4.5, to help you find exactly what you're looking for. Here's what some of our customers have said:
"The directions for the Covercraft Car Mask are a little difficult to understand (as mentioned in other reviews). Also, I had a difficult time fitting the mask on the car - it's really tight! ( I guess you really need to sit it out in the sun for a while before installation). However, once you figured everything out - the mask is easily removed and reinstalled and does a great job in protecting my car's front end. In addition, it's the only company that offered a mask for my 2005 Chrysler Crossfire." —Richard P from Media, PA bought a Covercraft Full Car Mask for a 2005 Chrysler Crossfire.
"Considering that I put it on in Colorado in the winter, I think it fit very well and the service was very good. I've had bras before and this one went on easier than most. Thanks" —Edward S from Glenwood Springs, CO bought a Covercraft Full Car Mask for a 2005 Chrysler Crossfire.
"i installed LaBra on my chrysler crossfire,fits perfectly...now i'm safe from dirt and rocks thrown up by traffic...a paint saver !!!" —Wade H from Milton , WA bought a LeBra All Weather Car Bra for a 2005 Chrysler Crossfire.
"it takes a little thought to decide where under the hood to put the hooks for the bra. If you have a good wax job on the car it takes a while to fit the bra on, it keeps sliding off. It also takes a little time to align it up right for the side lights, but I have only used it twice so it may take practice. The bra fits perfectly and is well made but it does help to put it on when it is warm so the material will stretch, other wise it is extremely snug. I would buy it again and have no problem recommending it.
kj" —Kevin J from Fayetteville, NC bought a LeBra All Weather Car Bra for a 2005 Chrysler Crossfire.
"I was a little upset with the need to use adhesive backed velcro. While it is essentially out of sight in the seam between hood and fender, it irks me to stick anything on a paint job. I have never even allowed a dealership to stick their name on any car I have purchased, and bumper stickers are the work of the Devil.
Perhaps my expectations were too high, I already own a Covercraft car cover for the Crossfire. I was looking for a better fit, something that almost looked custom. But, it is just the same ole' bra that you see everywhere. I wish Colgan made one for the Crossfire, but alas, they do not." —Thomas M from Lorain, OH bought a Covercraft Full Car Mask for a 2005 Chrysler Crossfire, Limited.