A sharp eyed Snarkling noted (from a snarkometer page)
Here's a question...The Chrysler Sebring wasn't introduced until 1995, and the convertible wasn't available until 2001. I had to look up the exact years, but I knew it was off when I first read it. Does stuff like that matter, or will most people just ignore it (i.e. am I just a weirdo)?
you are NOT a weirdo because I notice it too, and Miss Snark is NOT a weirdo.
I detest anachronisms. They suck you right out of the narrative and make you dash to the OED or google to verify things.
There's a post way way down the archives about fact checking. I think I mentioned then that Ann Rule got names wrong in one of her books...easy to verify names. April Sinclair's Coffee Will Make You Black, an otherwise wonderful book, is rife with anachronisms.
There's an entire sub-category for movies: the continuity checkers. People write websites about "mistakes" like Brad Pitt eating shrimp from a plate in Oceans Eleven, and the next shot shows him eating from a silver bowl.
People notice. Nothing gets you more outraged letters than getting Civil War stuff wrong too.
Your job as a writer is to get it right.