During the Chrysler Corporation’s second rebirth in the early 90s, the company experimented with a lot of cutting edge technology and advanced concepts that would eventually become industry standards. As a test bed for production of extensive aluminum components, the Prowler said that anything was possible; and through it and their acclaimed Viper, Chrysler was all about exploring the performance based niche markets which catered to even the most extreme enthusiasts. Today, with public scrutiny at an all-time high and the auto executives need to justify every decision to a panel of completely unqualified regulators and critics, it’s highly unlikely that such a remarkable car will ever be built again. With that in mind, it’s a sure-fire bet that future collectors will prize the Prowler; Bought right off the showroom floor as a hand built custom with OEM quality and performance, this factory fresh 2002 Chrysler Prowler and trailer package presents the perfect opportunity to own a low mileage 21st century hot rod which performs just as well as any new sports car! Inca Gold paint a hand painted pin stripe, matching trailer and for a bit of flash, this Prowler spins 225/45 front and 295/40 rear Goodyear Eagle GS-D radials around 17 and 20 inch chrome plated alloy wheels all this makes it a super slick roadster which exhibits the perfect combination of hot rod style and advanced technology. Today, after hours and hours invested in keeping it shiny and clean, its finish looks virtually brand new; and judging by its mirror-like reflections, has likely never seen rain or been outside of a climate controlled garage for more than a sunny afternoon road trip. Since all Prowlers were completely hand assembled at Chrysler’s Conner Avenue Assembly Plant in Detroit, Michigan, these roadsters typically show above average build quality and stellar paint finishes. When the Prowler finally hit the streets, many purists were upset that a V6 was the only powertrain option. What those purists failed to realize was: 1) with 253 horsepower and 250 lb./ft. of torque, this car’s 3.5 liter 24 valve SOHC V6 was making virtually the same power as Chrysler’s Magnum V8s at the time and 2) when combined with the car’s lightweight chassis and low center of gravity, it made some very impressive performance numbers. Mechanically, the all-aluminum engine is showroom new in just about every possible way. I’m sure it’s benefitted from a few oil changes; but beyond that, everything is essentially fresh out of the box. And it certainly appears that the car has been properly maintained and driven often enough to keep everything in top operating condition. The smooth engine fires up instantly, idles perfectly and moves this relatively lightweight Prowler with real authority. Besides, on a car with only 2,452 miles, are there really any questions? That’s barely even break-in mileage! Inside, the Prowler’s driver and passenger will welcome the very nicely shaped low back black leather bucket seats. Naturally, the windows, locks and mirrors are all power operated, and the superb, 320-watt, seven speaker sound system comes standard with a six disc CD changer. The dash offers a center-mounted 150 MPH speedometer with four smaller ancillary gauges, the voltmeter and oil pressure gauge to the left and fuel and temperature gauge to the right, all in an Inca Gold panel that is a great tribute to vintage hot rods of all kinds. Prowlers are only going to get more expensive from here on out, it’s almost a certainty. They’re an interesting footnote to a cool period in automotive history when Chrysler was really feeling bold and their swagger was reflected in their products. On top of all that, this Prowler is an exceptionally fun 2-seat convertible which features a sporty V6 and excellent driving dynamics what’s not to love? CALL NOW Adam (716)830-6064 Cell or (716)675-0424 Office.
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