2000 Prowler for sale with test drive, driving sounds, and walk through video

http://www.flemingsultimategarage.com 301.816.1000 Only 11K original miles, $10K worth of upgrades, 3.5 liter aluminum 6 @ 253hp, autostick transaxle, mirror finish black paint, black leather interior, Infinity digital sound, black folding convertible top, full factory gauges, upgraded Wilwood 4 wheel disc brakes, keyless, alarm, 20 + 18" factory chrome alloys, steering wheel audio controls, custom grill-parking-fog lights, front + rear stabilizers, chrome front suspension struts, all stock + take off parts included, never wet, showroom new.

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134053 / 2000 Plymouth Prowler
For more information on this vehicle visit http://tinyurl.com/d7vdftr With only 9,884 original miles, this smooth cruiser is a quiet, comfortable and stylish investment that you can enjoy while the collector market catches up. Originally penned by Chrysler engineers who were given free rein to create whatever they wanted in a hot rod or sportster type vehicle, this pristine Plymouth convertible is one of only 661 Prowler Silver Metallic units built for the 2000 model year. Since all Prowlers were completely hand assembled at Chrysler's famous Conner Avenue Assembly Plant in Detroit, Michigan, these roadsters typically show above average build quality and stellar finishing. And this car's paintwork, which has obviously been well-maintained since its debut, looks great with mirror-like reflections across laser-straight body panels. 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. And not only does the smooth sixer fire up instantly, it also idles perfectly and moves this relatively lightweight Plymouth with real authority. Behind that buff V6, a 42LE 4-speed automatic transaxle, which features an AutoStick gear change setting, is more of a toy than a functional performance improvement. That road ready drivetrain is held off the ground by an aluminum-intensive chassis which is equipped with an independent double A-arm front suspension and an independent multi-link rear suspension. Koni coil over shocks at all four corners combine with front and rear stabilizer bars and power rack and pinion steering to carve curves for lunch and eat potholes for dinner. Stops come courtesy of power four wheel disc brakes which feature drilled and slotted rotors up front and factory rotors out back. And, for a bit of flash, this Prowler spins 225/45R17 front and 295/40R20 rear Goodyear Eagle GS-Ds around stylish chrome wheels. Slide inside this hunkered down roadster and you'll find an Ebony leather interior that successfully doubles as both a comfortable cruise spot and a stylish, retro-inspired show piece. At the center of the cockpit, the driver and passenger benefit from chrome and leather-trimmed buckets that are stitched around monochromatic Prowler logos. In front of the driver, an Auto Meter tachometer is perched top-dead-center on a tilt steering column that props redundant audio buttons opposite cruise control buttons via a factory steering wheel. At the front of the car a center-mounted 150 MPH speedometer and four small accessory gauges, the voltmeter and oil pressure gauge to the left and the fuel and temperature gauges to the right, ride inside an instrument panel that's a great tribute to vintage hot rods of all kinds. Beneath that mondo dash, a short factory shifter controls Chrysler's highly regarded AutoStick feature. And a modern Pioneer head unit controls a superb 7-speaker sound system that's wired to a hidden 6-disc CD changer. If you missed your chance to pick up one of these modern Mopar showpieces when they were new, don't get caught waiting for the right one to come along. Call, click or visit http://RKMotorsCharlotte.com today!





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134072 / 2001 Plymouth Prowler
For more information on this vehicle visit http://tinyurl.com/bp3kcma If you're looking for a showroom-fresh cruiser that, in addition to being cooler than an ice cube in an igloo, will provide years of reliable fun, this 2001 Prowler is your kind of car! Envisioned by Chrysler engineers as a production technique testbed, and viewed by corporate marketing gurus as the last chance to revive the corporation's legendary Plymouth division, this pristine drop top is one of only 689 Plymouth Prowlers painted Prowler Orange Metallic for the 2001 model year. Fastidiously maintained, and driven only 52 miles since its pigment hit the sunlight, the car's finish is essentially brand new. Its hand-assembled body is exceptionally dynamic and absolutely nails the custom appearance Chrysler's Connor Avenue brigade spent hours crafting. Its gaps are just as you would expect from a top-of-the-line halo car. And overall, this high profile roadster is an outstanding piece which features world-class build quality and laser-straight body lines. 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, this Plymouth's all-aluminum engine is showroom new in just about every possible way. Naturally, the mill has benefitted from basic maintenance but, beyond that, everything is essentially fresh out of the box. And not only does the smooth sixer fire up instantly, it also idles perfectly and moves this relatively lightweight roadster with real authority. Behind that buff V6, a 42LE 4-speed automatic transaxle, which features an 'AutoStick' gear change setting, is more of a toy than a functional performance improvement. That road ready drivetrain is held off the ground by an aluminum-intensive chassis which is equipped with an independent double A-arm front suspension and an independent multi-link rear suspension. And, for a bit of flash, this Prowler spins 225/45R17 front and 295/40R20 rear Goodyear Eagle GS-Ds around stylish chrome wheels. Inside this neo street rod you'll find a fashionable leather interior that represents drop-top cruising at its finest. At the center of the cockpit, the driver and passenger benefit from plush bucket seats that are stitched around monochromatic Prowler logos. In front of the driver, an Auto Meter tachometer is perched top-dead-center on a tilt steering column that props redundant audio buttons opposite cruise control buttons via a factory steering wheel. At the front of the car a center-mounted 150 MPH speedometer and four small accessory gauges, the voltmeter and oil pressure gauge to the left and the fuel and temperature gauges to the right, ride inside a Prowler Orange Metallic instrument panel that's a great tribute to vintage hot rods of all kinds. And beneath that bright dash, a short factory shifter controls Chrysler's highly regarded AutoStick feature. The bottom line: This is A LOT of bang for your buck! Low miles, great looks, excellent performance, and the kind of ownership experience most OEMs can't touch. Call, click or visit http://RKMotorsCharlotte.com for more information.




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