At first glance, you might think that this is some sort of custom job hot rod. No, it's not. The Plymouth Prowler is a fully manufacturer-sanctioned two-seat open-topped sports car with hot-rod styling and outrageous design. Sadly, even though Plymouth is no more, examples of its quirkiness, such as this 1999 Plymouth Prowler Roadster, are a great way to celebrate what was once a much-loved American brand. This car bears just 15,865 miles on the clock and comes with a high output engine for you to enjoy more power and performance. Let us tell you why you should buy it.
Prowler Purple Metallic is one of a set of flashy colors that you could select on your Prowler at purchase, and it looks amazing. That's why this 1999 Plymouth Prowler Roadster is bound to turn heads, and not just because of its distinctive styling. Sporting halogen headlights in a quirkily-shaped front end, with separate turn indicators on the split front bumper, this car definitely makes an impression. Then there are the wheels. Can you name any other relatively modern road-legal car with open-style front wheels? We don't think you can. Heading around the side of the car, you'll notice its large chrome alloy wheels and black soft top, replete with rear window defroster. Once you're around the back, take a moment to appreciate the curvy design that's reminiscent of Fifties cars. Once again, there's a split bumper too. Now, let's see what the cabin offers. This 1999 Plymouth Prowler Roadster offers an Agate cabin with leather seats for driver and passenger. It's a two-seater, but it's got enough space and creature comforts. There's air conditioning, power windows, power mirrors, and power door locks. There's a quirky instrument cluster with the majority of dials centered on the dash, save for the tachometer, which is mounted ahead of the driver on the steering column. We also see a radio cassette head unit with a five-band equalizer and a little joystick to adjust the speaker bias between left and right, as well as front and rear. Finally, the leather-wrapped steering wheel hosts the cruise control buttons making this car an effortless highway cruiser if you choose.
This 1999 Plymouth Prowler Roadster packs the high output version of the 3.5L V6 offered on the range. With 253hp on tap, zero to sixty takes just 5.9 seconds despite the 4-speed automatic transmission. The top speed is electronically limited to 126mph, but doubtless, the car can do much more. There are four-wheel disc brakes and rack-and-pinion power steering, too, for a truly modern driving experience despite the hot rod looks.
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