The interior has been heavily revised with Corvette-sourced bucket seats, Kenwood Excelon stereo, custom fabricated center console, keyless entry and accelerated Stewart-Warnet instrument gauges 160 miles / hour and 8,000 rpm. Actual mileage is unknown since recovery, but the odometer currently reads 3,800 miles. You get all of this under one clear Pennsylvania title.
At press time, auction is currently at $ 26,000 with six days remaining. In addition to the body shape, recognizable name and title, is this 1999 Plymouth Prowler still considered Mopar? Or does GM’s wicked powertrain mean its fate has finally been achieved as a backburner?
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