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Plymouth Prowler

Talk:Plymouth Prowler

I you could have bought an mini-trailer to tow behind the car, to up for the lack of trunk space in the Prowler. –LeoTheLion 1 July 17:35 (UTC)


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The Plymouth Prowler a stalking ‘big cat’ mountain lion-size), was the same as logo for the Prowler aircraft.

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What does one of bad boys go for?

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In 1998, a Prowler prototype was in a time capsule in Tulsa, to be unearthed in 2048, whereupon it be returned to DaimlerChrysler. What that mean? Where is the

Is that a joke or some corporate plan?

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The time capsule thing is If I get a chance, I will try to find an containing it. As far as price goes, things were pretty espacially in the most recent (they had a lot of rare editions/packages).

retailed new for $40k+ U.S in their years, but the price went up in later years. In Canada, of the rare editions brought the $70K+ mark. They are a touring cruiser. Not made for speed (..they weren’t though..), but more for cruising the

They also were also on long, winding highways. they loved the handled great, ate up the curves. is a nice article over all 9 May 2007 (UTC)jon the dodgeboy

Top magazine (UK) had one for £27 000 (3.5litre (talk ) 16:06, 5 June (UTC))

10th Anniversary [ edit ]

The lucky folks got the limited edition book ProwlTalk could ebay the for ALOT of money.Karanguniboi 14:24, 22 May (UTC)ProwlerFan

Where can I purchase the Photobook? [ ]

Any one know where I can get a copy of the And the cost? 04:14, 23 May (UTC) ProwlerGuy

The books are out. You can buy raffle tickets on to win a copy at the Tulsa 2007 00:58, 30 May 2007

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Time Capsule Citation [ ]

Question When will the capsule car that was buried for Centennial be dug up?

Answer In celebration of Centennial (Tulsa was incorporated on 18, 1898), a time capsule was on January 17, 1998 in Centennial located at 1028 E. Sixth (Sixth and Peoria). Various were placed in this including a purple, Chrysler a case of Webber’s Root and a cellular phone. This is to remain buried for 50 years and be dug up again sometime in 2048.

Source Tulsa World, 9, 2003, p. A15; Tulsa August 22, 1997, p. A13; World, January 16, 1998, and Tulsa World, January 17, p. 20. 04:17, 23 May 2007

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These two parts don’t very encyclopedic:

Voted one of the cars produced in the 1990s [ needed ]

By the mid-1990s, car designers had powerful new tools at their disposal, them to pursue low-volume, projects that before never have recovered the costs. The Prowler was one such Inspired, if not plagiarized, by a retro-roadster by Chip Foose, the Prowler like a dry-lake speedster the 22nd century, with an front end and low-slung hotrod

Except they forgot to it a hotrod. Intent on containing Chrysler stuck its standard-issue V6 under the hood, good for a less than spectacular 250 hp. The didn’t even have a transmission, which made it impossible to lay down the requisite of hot rubber.

The result was a flaccid little of a car that threatened much but little.

So I cut them to here in they are salvageable. Huw Powell ) 22:41, 3 May 2009 (UTC)

with the link to Guinness Records? There’s no mention in the just the link. —Preceding comment added by ) 03:22, 10 June 2009

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