The Prowler was built from 1997-2002. It was a retro-styled production car that was based on a 1993 concept car and only a total of 11,702 cars were built with only 1900 being produced in Black. The design and history is as cool as the car. Chrysler engineers were given free rein to design whatever they wanted in a “Hot-Rod' inspired vehicle. And in fact, early influence is credited to the Art Center College of Design in Pasadena, CA, that resulted in a thesis by the young Douglas “Chip” Foose that included drawings of the retro-roadster. Obviously there is nothing on the road that was a production vehicle to date that looks like the Prowler. This particular stunning example is a one-owner car with just over 21,000 miles from new that has the more powerful aluminum-block engine that put out another 40 HP over the original engine. This car has always been properly stored with excellent service and been lovingly cared for. The exterior and interior still show like new and is ready to go. It has received a upgraded cat-back exhaust at the dealer that sounds tremendous. It goes down the road exactly like you would expect with no issues and everything in working order.