ONLY 3,800 ORIGINAL MILES, ONLY 2 OWNERS, BORLA MUFFLERS, TRIPLE BLACK, NICE!
This 1999 Plymouth Prowler is awfully hard to resist in basic black. Honestly, if you're going to drive a car like this, why not go for maximum impact? You don't see many black ones, and with the excellent preservation on this 3894-mile roadster, it still feels new. Think of it this way: you could have this Prowler with all the amenities, or an unfinished fiberglass '32 roadster kit. Yeah, I thought you'd see it my way.
Nothing else on the road before or since has matched the Prowler's sheer audacity. Seriously, look at it: this car is made almost entirely of aluminum and uses a vintage street rod as inspiration, and it was built by one of the Big Three! That took cojones, and history will undoubtedly reward Prowler owners with collectability for their beloved roadsters. From the pointed beak to the minimalist rear fenders that try to cover the 20-inch meats, this car looks fast. Paint it black and it becomes a signal beacon of cool, and thanks to careful ownership for the past 16 years, it remains in almost showroom condition. The low mileage means that it has always been someone's cherished toy, which definitely shows in the superlative condition of the paint, and aside from the exhaust tips, it looks 100% stock. No hot rod ever fit together this well or worked this reliably, and it remains the case a decade and a half later, too. The shape has definitely aged well.
The interior is part of what makes the Prowler so special. Forget bench seats, this one is outfitted in state-of-the-art (for 1999) leather buckets and power accessories, so you don't have to put up with inadequate air conditioning and hot shoes in your rod. The charcoal gray leather is in excellent shape with only very minimal signs of use, and everything works as it should thanks to the engineering might of a major corporation behind it. The instrument panel always works best with simple exterior colors, since it was color-matched to the body before being filled with trick white-faced instruments. A/C, a powerful stereo, power windows and locks, and that slick-shifting "Auto-Stick" transmission all make the Prowler a more functional choice for the guy who doesn't feel like tinkering with a home-built rod. A black convertible top was standard equipment on the Prowler, and fits so well that you don't have to worry about the heaviest of rain storms and stows invisibly under the rear deck.
Bearing in mind the lightweight nature of the Prowler, the 3.5-liter 24-valve V6's 253 horsepower is more than adequate. It's a tight fit in there, but thanks to a great track record, you won't need to worry about major service for years to come. It starts instantly and idles smoothly thanks to fully-engineered EFI, and going down the road in it takes no more knowledge or skill than your daily driver. THAT's impressive. The transmission works as advertised and with an all-independent suspension and powerful ABS-assisted disc brakes, it handles like a sports car. Borla mufflers were added to give the silky smooth V6 a bit of a bite, and with those mufflers, you'll definitely enjoy the Auto-Stick setup a bit more. But perhaps the car's most outrageous feature are the staggered chrome-plated alloy wheels, which wear 225/40/17 front and massive 295/40/20 rear Goodyear radials.
Get in on the fun today and find out just how good an OEM-engineered hot rod can be, especially one that's almost new. Call now!
Defrost, Numbers Matching, AM/FM Radio, Cassette Player, CD Changer, Manual Convertible Top, Air Conditioning, Heat, Leather Seats, Tilt Wheel, Cruise Control, Four Wheel Disc Brakes, Fuel Injection, Power Brakes, Power Locks, Power Steering, Power Windows, Anti-Theft System, Driver Airbag, Passenger Airbag, Rear Defogger, Seatbelts
- Engine Type
- Engine Size
- 3.5L HO MPI V6 24V
- Transmission Type
- 4 Speed Automatic
- Body Color
- Body Style
- 3,894 (Actual)
- Interior Color
- Seating Type
- Buckets With Console
- Seat Material
- Shifter Type
- Center Console
Estimated Monthly Payment
Based on 20% down over 96 months