Evaluation: Early R/T with just 5281 miles. It was stored carefully and shows no flaw or age to speak of. It’s a cherry example of this badge-engineered Mitsubishi.
Bottom Line: Japanese performance cars from the 1990s are a whole lot more expensive than they used to be, but the Mitsubishi 3000 GT has lagged behind its peers despite offering impressive performance and (for the time) cutting edge tech. Its fraternal twin brother, the Dodge Stealth R/T, has lagged even further. When new, it wasn’t all that popular and most buyers chose the Mitsubishi version. Maybe it felt weird to buy a Dodge performance car with a V6 and a “made in Japan” sticker.
Regardless, clean ones are rare, and although this isn’t a record price, it’s about top dollar for a collector-grade example in a neat color. What buys you a scruffy Skyline or Supra will get you into just about the world’s nicest Stealth.