2002 Chrysler Prowler - High-Voltage Blue - Last Prowler Built

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The final "Conner Avenue Edition" Prowler was built at the Conner Avenue Assembly Plant in Detroit on Feb. 15, 2002. In addition to being the first and only Prowler with High-Voltage Blue exterior body paint, its other unique features include:

- a MoparŪ luggage trailer and hitch in the same High-Voltage Blue paint
- signatures of the Prowler Team on the undercarriage
- a blue "Stayfast" soft top by Hartz
- bright anodized frame
- unique body-color hood badge
- body color upper radiator crossmember assembly, detailed and signed by renowned striping artist Mr. Rudy Kutey, - - better known as "Dr. Ru"
- unique body color shifter and instrument panel bezels
- taupe leather seats with matrix grain inserts
- agate door trim panels with unique taupe inserts
- custom-wrapped shifter knob

The Prowler sold for $175,000 at Christies Auction. The DaimlerChrysler Corporation Fund, the company's philanthropic arm, donated the 2002 model year Prowler to the National Multiple Sclerosis Society (NMSS) for purposes of the auction. The NMSS will receive all proceeds from the auction of the Prowler.

 

Plymouth/Chrysler Prowler

Price

  $44,625; matching trailer $5,075 (2002 figures). Approx 20% sold with matching trailer.

Production

11,000 plus.  Built from 1997-2002

Engine

3.5-liter 24-valve SOHC, all-aluminum V-6

Horsepower

253 bhp @ 6400 rpm (2002 figures)

Torque

255 lb.-ft. @ 3950 rpm (2002 figures)

Weight

2832 lbs

0-60 mph

5.7 seconds

Top Speed

126 mph
 

cover

Chrysler Award-winning photographer, author, and automotive historian Dennis Adler brings the renowned history of Chrysler vividly to life. This beautifully produced history, written in celebration of Chryslers 75th anniversary in 2000, features original color photography, remastered archival prints, and in-depth text to tell the complete story of the Chrysler company from its early developments in the 1920s to today. Identifying captions detail styling, engineering, and key figuires thoughout Chryslers long history. Plymouth, Dodge and DeSoto are highlighted as well. Silver Award winner in the History category at the 2000 International Automotive Media Conference. 10 x 10, 192 pages, 150 color and 50 b&w pictures

 

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