This Prowler is a pleasing design....however it was always hamstrung by Chrysler Corporation's choice of a six cylinder engine as the motivating force. Hot rod enthusiasts live and breathe V8s...so a lack of one in this car was a glaring problem. Practically, the corporation may not have had a V8 that would fit into this chassis, so they did the best they could. Too bad for Prowler, too bad for Plymouth.
1979 Pontiac Sunbird coupe
Nice little coupe! Based on the Vega/Astre underpinnings, this model brought new life to the compact. The interior is particularly nice on the Sunbird and its Chevy Monza twin. Fortunately for Pontiac, the Iron Duke 4 cylinder was the regular base engine for the car, avoiding the problems of the initial (75 and 76 Sunbirds) that still offered the Vega aluminum 4. This one has A/C and automatic.
1954 Ford Crestline Skyliner hardtop
I've always liked 1954 Fords. First year for the Y block OHV V8, it brought Ford up to date with a modern V8. The Skyliner was a three year experiment to rival the openness of a convertible with a solid top. It had its counterpart in the Mercury line. What they hadn't counted on was the radiant heating that the openness brought along with it.
1966 Cadillac DeVille Convertible
This car has to be rare...but in the narration I said 5555 were made...that is actually the base price of this model in dollars at the time.. I don't know how many were actually made. This one has beautiful paint and upholstery. It would certainly set the owner apart as one with money and good taste!