The Plymouth Prowler, later sold as the Chrysler Prowler, is known as the first and only factory-built hot rod. Its unique retro styling came to light when the designers were given free rein to create their ideal modern hot rod or sportster. The resulting vehicle is visually striking, owing in large part to its staggered 17″ front and 20″ rear wheels, with those at the front being open-style like an Indy race car.
The Prowler is powered by an aluminum block 3.5L V6, producing 253 hp, mated to a 4-speed Autostick transmission. This powertrain combined with the vehicle’s rear wheel drive and perfect 50-50 weight distribution resulted in impressive performance, including a 0-62 mph time of only 5.9 seconds. The Prowler emits impressive sounds from both its dual exhausts and stereo system, which includes a 6 disc CD changer, cassette player, 5-band equalizer, amplifier, and 7 speakers.
This 2001 Chrysler Prowler was collector-owned, and is in amazing condition with only 4,673 miles. Only 1,278 examples of the Mulholland Edition were produced, featuring exclusive Midnight Blue Pearl paint with a light blue hand-painted pin stripe. This Prowler is also equipped with power mirrors, windows, and locks, as well as cruise control, 6 disc CD changer, and air conditioning.