Vehicle Description

We love triple-black cars because they're always a bit meaner, and that gets turned up a few notches when it's a factory triple-black 2000 Plymouth Prowler. So look over all the details, including the right custom upgrades, that make this a sleek and preserved fuel-injected specialty machine.

You can tell this one has always been someone's baby. Averaging a little over 1,100 miles annually so far, you can imagine this one only came out of the garage for special occasions. That's why it's factory shade of black retains a deep gloss and shine. But more than just well-kept stock, this one has been upgraded in a few very key ways. For example, the front bumper has been deleted so that you get a true hot rod style. The grille has been upgraded to a bright polished unit, and there are even shining suspension guards. You may also notice that this piece houses the turning lights, and so you can eliminate the lights on the side to give this sleek build an even sleeker profile. These are the right upgrades to have on the coolest machine ever to come with a factory warranty, but this well preserved droptop remains quite stock in all other areas. Even the staggered 17/20-inches front/rear bright alloys were an original feature to draw attention to the Prowler's the intimidating stance.

The black folding roof tucks back without a trace to give you the look of a roadster. And because you have a factory black leather inside, it completes ultra-desirable triple-black total package. This interior has the clean look of a well-respected low-mileage machine. So you can enjoy the details, including the Prowler logo embossed in the backs. Since this is a modern classic, there are plenty of great features, and everything works as it should thanks to the engineering strength of a major corporation behind it. The glossy black instrument panel stands out boldly with great white-faced gauges in place. Air conditioning, a powerful AM/FM/cassette factory stereo w/CD changer, power windows, power locks, cruise control, and that slick-shifting Auto-Stick transmission all make the Prowler a more functional choice for those who like a vintage look but modern convenience. In fact, a retro car also means welcomed safety features like the dual airbags and anti-lock brakes.

When you lift the hood, the near spotless condition of this original motor reminds you once again of this low-mileage car's collectability. The lightweight nature of the Prowler and the 253 horsepower of the 3.5-liter 24-valve V6 moves this roadster quite nicely. It starts instantly and idles smoothly thanks to modern fuel injection. The car was even recently serviced to keep it running strong. The four-speed automatic transmission w/overdrive and power steering make this a fine anytime cruiser. When you want a little more fun, the AutoStick has a manual mode that will really open up the backroads. This lets you take full advantage of the fully independent suspension, four-wheel disc brakes, grippy ZR-rated tires, and the Prowler's near 50/50 weight distribution.

Complete with owner's manual, this is everything you wanted in Prowler when new, and today this modern classic is still quite fresh. It's time to enjoy a vintage cool droptop that doesn't make you give up modern convenience. Call today!!!

Vehicle Details

  • Listing ID:CC-1410388
  • Price:$33,995
  • Location:Lavergne, Tennessee
  • Year:2000
  • Make:Plymouth
  • Model:Prowler
  • Exterior Color:Black
  • Interior Color:Black
  • Transmission:Automatic
  • Odometer:22395
  • Stock Number:2182-NSH
  • VIN:1P3EW65G9YV603928