This 2001 Chrysler Prowler is a Mulholland Edition finished in
Midnight Blue Pearl over black with a blue soft top. Power comes
from an all-aluminum 3.5-liter V6 which was rated at 253 horsepower
at 6400 rpm and 255 lb-ft of torque at 3950 rpm when it came from
the factory. The rear-mounted 4-speed automatic transaxle features
a 3.56-geared differential and is connected to the engine via a
torque tube. The Prowler was originally imagined by Chip Foose as
part of a project sponsored by Chrysler at the Art Center College
of Design in the early 1990s. The car ultimately entered production
in 1997 under the supervision of Thomas C. Gale, and 11,702
Prowlers were built between 1997 and 2002. The chassis is
constructed of bonded aluminum sections, a first for Chrysler that
helped in developing their future use of the lightweight material.
The brakes rotors are vented and measure 13? upfront and 11?
outback. The pinstriping for the Mulholland Edition was applied by
Rudy Kutey at the Conner Avenue Assembly Plant where every Prowler
was manufactured. The car features front cycle fenders and a
rear-hinged trunk which conceals the convertible top when stowed.
The coil-over shocks are mounted inboard of the narrow front
bodywork and are actuated by pushrods and bell cranks. 225/45 R 17?
Continental front wheels and 20? Goodyear run-flat tires in the
rear. The center gauge cluster features a body-color surround,
though the tachometer is mounted to the steering column. Central
instrumentation consists of a voltmeter, oil temperature gauge,
speedometer, fuel level indicator, and water temperature gauge.
51,959 miles are shown. Please contact Kennith Stewart for more
information at 803-283-7289