This Hemi-Swapped Plymouth Prowler Finally Backs Up Its Looks With Power

“Don’t confuse this with your father’s Prowler. You’ll know in a minute.”

When the Plymouth Prowler first beautified us with its visibility, 25 years earlier, it was not particularly well-liked. It had a loud-but-slow six-cylinder, a four-speed automated, and almost fifty percent of its parts were shown to sedans or minivans. The initial of those concerns was the big one– when Chip Foose originally penciled the design research that would certainly become the Prowler, it had a Hemi V8 placed behind those two seats.

Currently, one intrepid owner has actually righted that historic incorrect. While the engine still sits in between the front wheels, the freshly cowled hood conceals a 6.1-liter Hemi dog crate engine. Combined with a large cam and a high-flowing exhaust, it seems as mean as the Burglar constantly looked.

Interestingly, that engine is still hooked up to the factory transaxle. It’s been updated to manage the Hemi’s added horsepower and torque, but the purchaser of this Prowler won’t be rowing their very own equipments whenever quickly. At the very least they’ll have a/c while they travel around.

That purchaser can likewise be paying above the Burglar’s original MSRP to have this ‘roided-out racer. The vehicle’s Bring A Trailer public auction has just over two hrs left, however the current quote is currently up to $32,251. As is tradition on the website, the price will likely surge in the last few mins. Directly, I’m expecting a list price that begins with a 4.

For that money, though, it would certainly be just one of one of the most special driving experiences out there. The vehicle is located in Newtown, PA, and driving it back home would likely be a blast– even if the Burglar isn’t exactly understood for its road-trip expertise.

Simply ensure to do a couple of exhaustions prior to, during, and also after the drive. The Prowler is a ’90s analysis of a ’30s racer– it would certainly be sacrilege to keep those rear tires healthy.