Evaluation: Original | Represented as the 10th production example, a one-owner car out of a private collection, with 244 miles. Small scratch noted on the left rear fender and one more on the trailer. Engine bay could use a minor detailing, but it is largely as new. Finished in the most desirable color, barely any mileage, and comes with the nifty matching trailer. Located in Michigan.
Bottom Line: We mostly remember the Prowler for its wild hot-rod styling writing a check that its V-6 and automatic couldn’t cash, but it’s an interesting chapter in Chrysler history, and a Prowler never fails to make a statement, at least visually. The matching trailer, which cost about 5 grand when new and went to about 12 percent of Prowlers, is also a neat gimmick. For a serious collector, this car ticks all the right boxes, so we were surprised at this modest price. Other Prowlers with higher mileage and no trailer have sold for more.