3.5L V-6 engine
Prowler Yellow with Black leather interior
Dolby AM/FM/cassette stereo
Polished 17 and 20-inch wheels
Goodyear Eagle tires
A styling design that screamed "I dare you to" when first announced
for actual production, the Plymouth Prowler was a truly unique and
short-lived offering from DaimlerChrysler at the turn of the
century. The 1999 Plymouth Prowler available here has been driven
47000 miles since new and features both excellent OEM conditioning
Influenced by Chip Foose, spearheaded by Thomas Gale and hand-built
in the same Detroit plant as the legendary Viper, this car would be
the final rear-wheel drive Plymouth ever offered, and it indeed
heralded the demise of that storied brand, after which the Prowler
model was briefly offered under Chrysler branding.
. Beneath the aluminum hood, this car hosts the 24-valve, 3.5L/253
HP SOHC V-6 engine, the installation of which here resulted in
better acceleration than the brand's heavier Magnum V-8 would have
given it. The 6,400 RPM mill is coupled to the factory 4-speed
Autostick automatic transmission, and the car came with power
steering and 4-wheel vented disc brakes.
Painted in Prowler yellow with black accents in this instance, the
Prowler was actually designed with comfort in mind. The
carbon-fiber modified interior of this car features the centered
body-color instrument panel bezel and column-mounted tachometer, as
well as keyless entry, power windows, mirrors and door locks,
bucket seats trimmed in leather and air conditioning. Its AM/FM
stereo with cassette player features high-fidelity sound components
with the leather-wrapped steering wheel featuring backside audio
system controls, and the dash features a digital odometer and full
instrumentation. Of course, the open-fender front wheels, chrome
exhaust exits and overall body shape harken back to Hot Rod
origins, with this Prowler riding on Goodyear Eagles tires and
offset 17-inch front and 20-inch rear 5-spoke chrome wheels. Less
than 9,000 of these cars were built during the short five-year
production era, and this gorgeous example continues to carry the
torch of innovation to this day.
1999 Plymouth Prowler
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